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Amsterdam: A Clever Blend of Old and New

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There is one thing that distinguishes Amsterdam from many other, great capitals of the world — its ability to blend history with modern day living. While well known as a centre for business, art and culture, the city is still characteristically Dutch. The capital of the Netherlands has made...
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A High Power LDMOS Transistor for Broadcast Transmitter Applications

A unique ultra-high frequency lateral double-diffused metal-oxide semiconductor (LDMOS) that cuts the cost of upgrading terrestrial transmitters for digital operation
Philips Semiconductors
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PRODUCT FEATURES A High Power LDMOS Transistor for Broadcast Transmitter Applications Philips Semiconductors Eindhoven, The Netherlands D igitization in the broadcast world is paving the way for major new markets, such as high speed Internet access and mobile multimedia in-car entertainment, as well as high definition TV and a...
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Design Benefits of Silicon MMICs

Monolithic microwave integrated circuits produced using double-polysilicon technology that provides several advantages over typical GaAs RF devices are featured on this month's cover
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Design Benefits of Silicon MMICs Philips Semiconductors Eindhoven, The Netherlands Monolithic microwave integrated circuits (MMICs) were developed originally to deliver cost-effective, low voltage and high performance RF solutions to the mobile communications market. Until recently, common belief held that MMICs needed to be manufactured from GaAs. However, as a...
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RF Wideband Silicon MMICs

MMICs developed using the enhanced Double Poly process that help reduce costs and design time for mobile telephone manufacturers
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RF Wideband Silicon MMICs Philips Semiconductors Sunnyvale, CA The recently developed Double Poly process for manufacturing wideband silicon RF transistors and MMICs has been enhanced to include inductance loops, capacitors and resistors on chip. The result is a new family of MMICs that help reduce costs and design time...
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