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Broadband GaAs MMIC Mixers

Two new low loss, high linearity and high isolation MMIC mixers, the CMD181 and CMD261 are both general purpose double balanced mixers that can be used for upconversion or downconversion, or as image rejection mixers or single sideband modulators with the appropriate external hybrids and power splitters. CUSTOM MMIC (75)

GaAs MMIC Low Phase Noise Amps

The new GaAs MMIC Low Phase Noise Amplifier family offers previously unattained phase noise performance. The five product family achieves phase noise performance as low as -165 dBc/Hz at 10 kHz offset. They are used in LO and high sensitivity receiver circuits for military and instrumentation applications. CUSTOM MMIC (14)

Distributed Low Noise Amplifier

The CMD241P4, a packaged version of the popular CMD241 ultra-wideband GaAs MMIC distributed amplifier, is offered in a plastic 4×4 QFN package. It exhibits gain greater than 13 dB with a low noise figure of 2.3 dB. Both the gain and noise figure of this unit are extremely stable over temperature from -55 to +85ºC. […]

Reach New Levels of Linearity in Passive Mixers with GaN Technology

by Charles Trantanella, Chief Scientist  – Custom MMIC When microwave engineers hear the words “Gallium Nitride” (GaN), one thought usually comes to their minds: power amplifiers. Due to its physical properties of high-breakdown voltage and high-thermal conductivity, GaN is ideally suited over its Gallium Arsenide (GaAs) counterpart for the development of highly efficient, highly effective […]

Custom MMIC Awarded 4-Star Supplier Excellence Award By Raytheon Company

Custom MMIC, a leading developer of performance driven monolithic microwave integrated circuits (MMICs), is proud to announce their recognition by Raytheon Company, with an award in May during the Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems (IDS) 2017 Supplier Excellence Conference. Raytheon IDS business instituted Supplier Excellence Award to recognize suppliers who have provided outstanding service and partnership […]

Custom MMIC Awarded 4-Star Supplier Excellence Award By Raytheon Company

Custom MMIC, a leading developer of performance driven monolithic microwave integrated circuits (MMICs), is proud to announce their recognition by Raytheon Company, with an award in May during the Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems (IDS) 2017 Supplier Excellence Conference. Raytheon IDS business instituted Supplier Excellence Award to recognize suppliers who have provided outstanding service and partnership […]

GaAs MMIC Frequency Doubler

The CMD225C3 frequency doubler operates with an input frequency range of 4 to 8 GHz. This passive frequency doubler can be driven with a +15 dBm input signal with a low conversion loss of 13 dB, and excellent Fo and 3Fo isolations of at least 47 dBc. The unit is a 50 ohm matched design […]

Space Qualified GaAs MMICs

More than 70 commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) MMIC die products provided by the company are able to be qualified to MIL-PRF-38534 Class K, or could be hermetically packaged and qualified per MIL-PRF-38535 Class S. The space qualification elemental evaluation is either performed internally by the company, or through its trusted subcontractors. In addition, the company can […]

Learn To Manage Phase Noise in Microwave Circuits at Custom MMIC’s IMS 2017 Micro-App Session

Custom MMIC, a leading developer of performance driven monolithic microwave integrated circuits (MMICs), is proud to announce President and CEO, Paul Blount, will be delivering a Micro-Apps presentation on Phase Noise in Microwave Circuits on Tuesday June 6 at 2:40pm HST during the International Microwave Symposium 2017 in Honolulu, Hawaii in the Exhibit Hall (Booth […]

Passive GaN Mixers Hit a new Benchmark of Linearity

Custom MMIC, a leading manufacturer of performance driven monolithic microwave integrated circuits (MMICs), is proud to announce a new technical brief illuminating their progress with reaching incredible limits of linearity with passive MMIC mixers using GaN Technology. Over the past year, mixer experts at Custom MMIC have been exploring the use of gallium nitride (GaN) […]