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M/A-COM Technology Solutions Press Release - November 8, 2010

M/A-COM Technology Solutions Introduces 50 MHz - 20 GHz HMIC™
Broadband Diode Switches in Surmount™ Packages - Broadband Switches Offer Low Insertion Loss, High Isolation

M/A-COM Technology Solutions

Heterolithic Microwave Integrated Circuit (HMIC) broadband diode switchesLowell, MA, November 8, 2010 – M/A-COM Technology Solutions Inc. (M/A-COM Tech) introduced today a family of v that use RoHS compliant Surmount™ packages. These rugged, monolithic switches operate up to 26 GHz, provide low insertion loss and high isolation, and deliver up to +38 dBm CW power handling. The Surmount package technology provides a Surface Mount chipscale configuration that is optimized for broadband performance with minimal associated parasitics, which are usually related to hybrid MMIC designs incorporating beam lead and PIN diodes that require chip and wire assembly. These broadband switches are ideally suited for military and test equipment applications. The table below outlines specific part number performance:

M/A-COM Heterolithic Microwave Integrated Circuit (HMIC) broadband diode switch specs


“This product family of broadband diode switches is fabricated using M/A-COM Tech’s patented HMIC process that produces low loss and high isolation performance through low millimeter wave frequencies,” says Tim Daly, Product Manager, M/A-COM Technology Solutions. “We combine this innovative process with Surmount diode technology, which eliminates all bond wire parasitics and enables broadband capability in a surface mount configuration.”

Engineering samples and production devices are available today from stock and are offered in tape and reel or gel packs. Technical support is also available from M/A-COM Tech’s applications engineers at 978.656.2539. The datasheets and additional product information can be obtained from the M/A-COM Tech website at www.macomtech.com.


ABOUT M/A-COM TECH
M/A-COM Tech and Mimix Broadband recently announced the completion of the merger of their corporate parents. The combination of these two superior organizations creates an exponentially greater M/A-COM Tech, resulting in the m2advantage. To learn more, visit www.macomtech.com.
 
M/A-COM Tech is a leading supplier of semiconductors, active and passive components, and subassemblies for use in radio frequency (RF), microwave and millimeter-wave applications.. The company provides innovative design solutions and products including:
 
·         GaAs, InGaAs, InP, SiGe, and Si IC products
·         Unique MMIC processes: HMIC™ and GMIC™
·         In-house and outsourced design, fabrication, assembly and screening capabilities
·         Multiple facilities for improved flexibility and local content design and manufacturing
·         Design expertise covering the spectrum from RF through millimeter-wave frequencies
·         One of the broadest selections of standard and custom products in the industry.
 
M/A-COM Tech is headquartered in Lowell, Massachusetts, with offices spanning North America, Europe, Asia and Australia. M/A-COM Tech builds on 60 years of experience and ISO 9001, AS 9100 and QS-9000 certifications to design and manufacture innovative products addressing aerospace and defense, CATV and broadcast, consumer electronics, industrial and scientific, infrastructure, and public safety applications.
 
For more information, visit macomtech.com.
 
FOR SALES INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT:
North America - Phone: 800.366.2266
Europe - Phone: +353.21.244.6400
India - Phone: +91.80.43537383
China - Phone: +86.21.5108.6464




















Posted  11/9/2010
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