UMS RF MMIC – Monolithic Microwave
UMS (United Monolithic Semiconductors) European leader RF MMIC – Monolithic Microwave (GaAs, GaN, SiGe) products and foundry services for Aerospace, Defence,Telecom, Automotive, Radar and Industrial sensors applications.
UMS will be present @ the EuMW 2020 edition which held on line from the 10th to the 15th of January.
UMS will be pleased to welcome you on our virtual booth (Exhibit Hall 4) and exchange with you on our latest solutions and innovations.
UMS will also contribute to the EuMW event with the participation to workshops and presentation of papers on our recent technological and MMICs developments:
- Wednesday January 13
17.10 – 17.30 (EuMC39-4) Session Solid State High Power Amplifiers for Satellite and Radar Applications
“A High Efficiency MMIC X-Band GaN Power Amplifier” – Mohammed Ayad, Nicolas Poitrenaud, Veronique Serru, Marc Camiade, Jan Grunenputt , Klaus Riepe (UMS)
- Thursday, January 14
10.50 – 11.10 (EuMC/EuRAD02-1) Special Session Focus Day: Active Array Antennas for Space
“Recent Developments on MMICs for Active Array” – Thibaut Huet (UMS)
- Sunday, January 10
The workshop dedicated to high performance GaN MMICs being cancelled, Didier Floriot (UMS) will not present the “Recent Development of GaN Power Technology Applied to RF Sensors”. The presentation was focused on the recent development of GaN power technologies addressing X to Q bands and the link with applications like Space and 5G applications emphasized through different demonstrators, some of them being completed as System-In-Package.
UMS innovates with the organisation of e-foundry courses
The next session is planned on the 25th and 26th of January 2021.
More information and / or registration on firstname.lastname@example.org
UMS, part of the space Pacis 3 project
With its 0.25µm GaN process, UMS is on board of the great Space Pacis 3 program
ESA (European Space Agency) has communicated on the 1st encouraging results and impressive performances obtained by the 10W X-band SSPA.
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