Microwave components and systems have long depended on developments within many different technology areas to sustain the evolution of the industry as a whole. Take gallium arsenide (GaAs). For many years, it was viewed as “the semiconductor technology of the future” for its capabilities in broadband, high-gain field-effect transistors (FETs). But because engineers by nature are always striving for better ways to do things, new technologies are constantly under the microscope...<
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