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UMS new products: CHA2362-99F, very low noise Amplifier CHA6551-99F, highly linear Power Amplifier   New GH25 PDK available New features are now available in our GH25 Design Kit. In this new version, UMS foundry team gives you access to : • Compatibility with thermal simulation tool “ETH” from Keysight, allowing complete electro-thermal simulation of your…
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UMS leads the European 5G GaN progam

The fifth generation (5G) communications technologies will provide internet access to a wide range of applications: from billions of low data rate sensors to high resolution video streaming. The 5G network is designed to scale across these different use cases and will use different radio access technologies for each one. To support very high data…
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MMIC Design

A Monolithic Microwave Integrated Circuit, or MMIC is a type of integrated circuit (IC) device that operates at microwave frequencies (300 MHz to 300 GHz) and fabricated using gallium arsenide (GaAs), a III-V compound semiconductor. These devices typically perform functions such as microwave mixing, power amplification, low-noise amplification, and high-frequency switching. Inputs and outputs on MMIC…
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MMIC (Monolithic Microwave IC) GaAs and GaN foundry for Telecom, Space, Defense, Automotive sectors.

CHV1203-FAA a new VCO

United Monolithic Semiconductors (UMS), European leader in RF MMIC products and foundry services for specialised markets, including Defence and Space, Telecommmunications, Automotive Radar and Industrial sensors, is pleased to announce the release of HV1203-FAA self-biased, fully integrated S Band HBT Voltage Controlled Oscillator compatible with space derating. This product is supplied in an hermetic metal…
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Microwave use

  Microwaves are electromagnetic radiation in the band of the electromagnetic spectrum with wave length between the upper ranges of radio waves and infrared radiation. Although we tend to see them as separate from radio waves, microwaves are in UHF and EHF range of radio spectrum, however, presenting the specific characteristics due to their high…
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