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Custom MMIC

Delivers Best-in-Class Performance Across the Design Spectrum

Custom MMIC Introduces a New GaAs DC to 20 GHz Distributed Amplifier - RF CafeChelmsford, MA – November 4, 2019 – Custom MMIC (www.CustomMMIC.com), is proud to introduce a new GaAs Distributed Amplifier operating in the popular DC - 20 GHz frequency range, targeting Instrumentation and EW applications. The CMD244K5 offers very flat gain and low noise figure across the band. This MMIC also has high P1dB and IP3, yielding a high dynamic range. All this performance is neatly integrated in a small 5mm x 5mm plastic air-cavity surface mount QFN package. This new, high performance distributed amplifier continues Custom MMIC's aggressive efforts to deliver the best performing GaAs and GaN MMICs in the industry.

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Custom MMIC is an industry leader in the design and manufacture of innovative high-performance RF and Microwave MMIC devices. Our core values are built on the foundation of continuous improvement that results in engineering and manufacturing excellence. We pride ourselves on our ability to respond quickly to the constantly changing needs of our customers and the design challenges they face every day. To enhance our value-add to our customers, Custom MMIC has developed strategic manufacturing alliances with trusted foundries around the world that specialize in GaAs, GaN, SiC, InP, and InGaP HBT. To learn more about Custom MMIC and our unique design and manufacturing capabilities, visit www.CustomMMIC.com.

 

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Phone:  978-467-4290

Website:  www.custommmic.com

E-Mail:  jgreichen@custommmic.com

 

 

Posted November 8, 2019

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