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Articles by Mimix Broadband Inc.

Mimix Introduces 30 kHz to 40 GHz Distributed Amplifier

October 30, 2008
Mimix Broadband Inc. introduces a GaAs MMIC distributed amplifier with 15 dB gain, 22.5 dBm P1dB at 22 GHz, and 4.5 dB noise figure at 26 GHz. This distributed amplifier, identified as XD1008-BD, covers 30 kHz to 40 GHz and includes surface passivation to protect and provide a rugged...
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Mimix Introduces 5 V Medium Power Amplifier

October 24, 2008
Mimix Broadband Inc. introduces a 5 V InGaP HBT amplifier that combines medium power and high gain with low power consumption. This versatile, multi-purpose amplifier, identified as CGB8001-SC, consumes 100 mA of current and covers DC to 2.8 GHz frequency bands with 27 dBm P1dB and 15.5 dB gain...
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A 13.5 to 17.0 GHz GaAs MMIC Doubler with Integrated Gain, Doubler and Driver Stages

November 1, 2007
Any product today that can both save money and save space is a much needed commodity in today’s communication system designs. With systems getting ever more compact, board real estate is at a premium, hence the drive to integrate more functions in less space and keep the support structure...
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A 500 MHz to 6 GHz Dual, Ultra Low Noise, High IP3 Amplifier

September 1, 2005
A new GaAs dual low noise amplifier (LNA) that combines high gain and state-of-the-art noise figure with high IP3 performance and is ideal for balanced amplifier use has been introduced. The CDQ0303-QS dual amplifier uses GaAs pseudomorphic high electron mobility transistor (PHEMT) device technology and is designed to cover...
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A 35 to 45 GHz Low Noise or Buffer Amplifier with Wide Dynamic Range

September 1, 2003
A versatile new three-stage buffer amplifier has been introduced that is ideal for use as a receiver front end low noise amplifier, but, as a result of its dual bias configurations, it can also be used as a driver amplifier or LO buffer with good linearity and higher gain....
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A Highly Linear 17 to 24 GHz SMT Power Amplifier

Introduction to a new surface-mount technology-packaged power amplifier for wireless communications applications
September 1, 2002
A new surface-mount technology (SMT)-packaged power amplifier has been introduced for wireless communications applications, including millimeter-wave point-to-point radio, local multipoint distribution services (LMDS), satellite communications (SATCOM) and very small aperture terminal (VSAT) use. The model XP1000P1 GaAs MMIC surface-mount power amplifier is a two-stage amplifier optimized for linear output...
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