mmTron, Inc. will be exhibiting its products and capabilities at the European Microwave Week (EuMW) conference in Berlin, Germany, from September 19-21. At stand 106E, mmTron will be discussing its disruptive MMICs that are addressing the mmWave markets and unleashing the mmWave frontier.
“Our goal by attending EuMW is to expand awareness of our new products and capabilities to our existing and new European customers,” said Seyed Tabatabaei, CEO of mmTron. “For European companies new to mmTron, we want to show our presence as an established supplier in Europe.”
mmTron products featured at EuMW include:
- High speed data converter interfaces that help maximize the sensitivity and dynamic range of direct RF sampling software-defined radios into Ka-Band. These A/D and D/A converter interfaces provide low noise and high linearity amplification, as well as transforming between the single-ended, 50 Ω RF signals and the differential ports of the high sample rate data converters.
- GaN power amplifier MMICs with high power, high linearity and high efficiency. They have been optimized to meet the needs of 5G infrastructure and both satcom ground terminals and satellite payloads.
- mmTron’s family of distributed low noise and power amplifier MMICs with upper bandwidths from 20 to 160 GHz. They provide low noise and high power amplification for mmWave systems, including the latest generation of test instrumentation for 6G.
Seyed Tabatabaei and Mona Molaasgari, co-founders of mmTron, and Michael Roberg, Engineering Fellow, will be available to discuss the performance of mmTron’s products and how they solve mmWave system challenges.