Custom MMIC is a complete ISO-certified designer and supplier of standardized high performance MMICs for your military, aerospace, and space qualified applications. We have longstanding and flexible relationships with world-class MMIC foundries and offer the highest reliability and competitive pricing. Review solutions, download technical literature and s-parameter data, and request pricing at www.custommmic.com.
Our amplifier MMIC products provide industry-leading gain flatness and stability, noise figure, phase noise and linearity, and also offer unique benefits such as positive gain slope, positive biasing, and 50 ohm matching. Models include low noise amplifiers (LNAs), driver amplifiers, power amplifiers, low phase noise amplifiers (LPNAs) and broad range distributed amplifiers.
Control Device MMICs
Our switching and frequency conversion MMICs offer state-of-the-art insertion/conversion loss, bandwidth, and isolation for advanced signal chain design. These products include SPST to SP4T Switches, RF Phase Shifters, and Voltage Variable Attenuators.
Mixer and Multiplier MMICs
Our gain and phase control products provide the highest accuracy, along with low loss. Our mixer models include fundamental mixers, dual mixers, and I/Q / I/R mixers. Our RF multiplier MMIC family includes both passive and active solutions.
Space Qualified MMICs
For RF / microwave designs that require complete space qualification, Custom MMIC offers full screening of our standard MMICs to MIL-PRF-38534 Class K & MIL-PRF-38535 Class S. Several low noise amplifiers (LNA) MMICs, and a driver amplifier MMIC, have been previously space qualified.
This Tech Brief from Custom MMIC talks about the use of enhancement mode pseudomorphic high-electron-mobility-transistors (E-pHEMTs) in monolithic microwave integrated circuits (MMICs.)Download
This Tech Brief from Custom MMIC provides insights into the contributions to Phase Noise from common signal chain components, and discusses semiconductor typology issues related to key phase noise factors.Download
In this Tech Brief, you’ll learn how to reduce your signal chain's bill of materials, simplify your bias circuitry, and reduce the number of extraneous noise sources with Low Noise Amplifier MMICs (LNAs) that utilize a positive bias.Download
Custom MMIC has recently investigated the use of gallium nitride (GaN) to break through this linearity stalemate. Using GaN MMIC processes, Custom MMIC has achieved mixer IP3 levels of +40 dBm, with a very high linear efficiency of 10 to 15 dB.Download