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Custom MMIC extends its product packaging to Ka-Band with GaAs Low Noise and Distributed Amplifiers reaching up to 40 GHz in an air-cavity plastic QFN

Custom MMIC Intros Ka-Band GaAs Amplifiers in Air-Cavity Packages - RF CafeChelmsford, MA – September 3, 2019 – Custom MMIC (www.CustomMMIC.com), a leading designer and manufacturer of high performance monolithic microwave integrated circuits (MMICs), is proud to introduce two new Ka-band amplifier MMICs to its growing portfolio of higher frequency packaged products. Both the CMD242K4 (Distributed Amplifier) and CMD299K4 (Low Noise Amplifier) operate up to 40 GHz while being packaged in a small 4x4 mm air-cavity QFN plastic package designed for surface mount applications. This new "K" series designation signifies a new high frequency plastic package being utilized by Custom MMIC for 20 GHz and above products demanded by aerospace, defense and instrumentation customers.

"We are constantly listening and responding to customer's needs and have had numerous requests to package more of our high frequency die products. After a comprehensive internal technical review and rigorous testing, we have selected a high frequency compatible plastic QFN package, useful to 45 GHz with negligible performance degradation. The CMD242K4 and CMD299K4 are the first of many high frequency products to be packaged over the next several months," said Paul Blount, CEO and President of Custom MMIC.

Custom MMIC Intros Ka-Band GaAs Amplifiers in Air-Cavity Packages - RF Cafe

The introduction of these two new products reaffirms Custom MMICs commitment to delivering our valued customers with the best performing MMIC devices 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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John Greichen
300 Apollo Drive
Chelmsford, MA  01824  USA
Phone:  978-467-4290
Website:  www.custommmic.com
E-Mail:  jgreichen@custommmic.com

 

 

Posted September 5, 2019

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