OMMIC, supplier of complete MMIC based solutions for communication, aerospace and military markets, has appointed distribution firm NPK Fotonika to serve customers in the Russian Federation.

OMMIC supplies MMIC circuits, foundry services and epitaxial wafers based on III-V (GaAs, GaN and InP) materials. As a leader in advanced technologies, the company provides its customers with cutting edge performance for telecommunication, space and defence applications. The company’s design and manufacturing facilities are based near Paris, France.

The company’s state-of-the-art technologies include mixed mode E/D PHEMT, low noise and power PHEMT, metamorphic HEMT and InP DHBT, allowing the design of a wide range of MMICs including LNAs from 900 MHz to 160 GHz, highly integrated T/R functions and millimetre-wave power amplifiers.

Headquartered in Saint Petersburg, NPK Fotonika specializes in the distribution of highly-reliable electronic components and devices; III/V, GaAs (LNA PA, Corechip), CCD & CMOS sensors and digital cameras; cooled and uncooled SWIR, MWIR and LWIR detectors; gyro stabilization devices; SSDs and memory modules to enterprises in Russia and CIS countries.

Working in close cooperation with a number of manufacturers worldwide, the company supplies components and devices that satisfy the technical requirements of its customers. A professional team of engineers is available for consultation and advise regarding the best technical solution for specific projects.

OMMIC offers standard products and as well as custom designs. It also has a long history of providing foundry services with complete design kits, training and design assistance. Hermetic and plastic packaging, test and qualification (including space and military) are also available. The company's principal markets are in cellular communications, high data rate links, phased array antennas, millimetre-wave sensors, HiRel devices for space and defence and foundry services.

Committed to delivering the highest quality, OMMIC has both ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 14001:2004 certifications and works closely with space agencies for the evaluation of its processes of use in flight model hardware.