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An integrated circuit (IC) device known as a monolithic microwave integrated circuit, or MMIC, operates at microwave frequencies (300 MHz to 300 GHz).
MMICs are frequently employed as amplifiers and filters in the telecommunications industry since they integrate transistors and passive components (such as resistors, capacitors, etc.) on a single chip. MMICs can be mixed-mode analogue and digital or analogue exclusively.
The global power amplifier MMIC market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Microchip Technology’s new GMC P2731-10 GaN MMIC power amplifier. The first GaN MMIC produced by the business is intended for use in 5G networks, various aerospace and defense systems, and commercial and military satellite communications.
Technology called GaN-on-Silicon Carbide (SiC) is used to create the GIMP 2731-10. It offers 3.5 GHz of bandwidth between 27.5 and 31 GHz and up to 10W of saturated RF output power. It has a 20 percent power-added efficiency, 22 dB of small-signal gain, and 15 dB of return loss.
The GIMP 2731-balanced 10’s construction enables it to be well matched to 50-ohms, and integrated DC blocking capacitors are present at the output to facilitate design integration.
The GaAs MMIC RF power amplifiers, switches, low-noise amplifiers, and Wi-Fi front-end modules currently offered by Microchip as well as a GaN-on-SiC High Electron Mobility Transistor (HEMT) driver and final amplifier transistors for radar systems are all complemented by the GIMP 2731-10.
Both Microchip and the company’s distribution partners offer board design support to assist with design-ins. Additionally, the business offers tiny models for the GMC P2731-10, enabling clients to more quickly and simply mimic the performance of the power amplifier in their systems.
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