Custom MMIC has published a free technical brief, “Addressing Your Phase Noise Challenges in Radar and Communication Systems,” illuminating key aspects of how phase noise impacts signal quality in radar and communication systems. The tech brief provides insight into product solutions that can be used in radar and communication systems that are phase noise constrained.
Custom MMIC highlights the company's space qualification capabilities for high performance GaAs MMICs. Over 70 commercial off-the-shelf MMIC die can be qualified to MIL-PRF-38534 Class K or hermetic packaged and qualified per MIL-PRF-38535 Class S.
Custom MMIC has added two unique distributed amplifiers to their performance leading standard product line. The CMD242 distributed amplifier features ultra-wideband performance from DC to 40 GHz while delivering 10.5 dB of gain with a flatness of +/- 1 dB. The CMD244 distributed driver amplifier covers DC to 24 GHz, with a unique positive gain slope over frequency range.
Custom MMIC, a leading developer of performance driven monolithic microwave integrated circuits (MMICs), has added new category to their rapidly expanding standard product offerings. Custom MMIC’s new GaAs MMIC Low Phase Noise Amplifier family offers previously unattained phase noise performance. Phase noise is a critical requirement which defines the performance level of most radars and communications systems.
Custom MMIC added a new category to their rapidly expanding standard product offerings. Custom MMIC’s GaAs MMIC low phase noise amplifier family offers previously unattained phase noise performance. Phase noise is a critical requirement which defines the performance level of most radars and communications systems. The five product family achieves phase noise performance as low as -165 dBc/Hz at 10 kHz offset.
Custom MMIC has added a distributed amplifier to its market leading portfolio of broadrange distributed amplifiers. The ultrawideband DC to 22 GHz performance of the CMD240P4 distributed amplifier is accompanied with a low noise figure of 2.2 dB and +28 dBm IP3. The performance levels of this device make it suited for an extremely wide range of applications, including electronic warfare, SIGINT, military radar and instrumentation.
Custom MMIC recently developed a Tech Brief to help you simplify your biasing design approach, reduce your bill of materials, and reduce extraneous noise sources with Low Noise Amplifier MMICs (LNAs) that utilize only a positive bias. Download the tech brief, “Throw out complex bias sequencers along with the negative voltage supply” at www.custommmic.com.
Custom MMIC is pleased to announce a GaAs MMIC frequency doubler, the CMD225C3. The released CMD225C3 operates with an input frequency range of 4 to 8 GHz. This passive frequency doubler can be driven with a +15 dBm input signal with a low conversion loss of 13 dB, and excellent Fo and 3 Fo isolations of at least 47 dBc. THe CMD225C3 is a 50 ohm matched design to eliminate the need for RF port matching.