This article is part of our IMS 2023 coverage.
CML Micro will be in Booth 655 at IMS 2023 to spread the word about the expansion of its technology offerings. The company is now developing more advanced RF, microwave, and mmWave devices for transformative applications, centered around its SµRF product range of GaAs- and GaN-based devices. The company recently acquired capabilities to extend its reach into microwave and mmWave devices, including power amplifiers (PAs), low-noise amplifiers (LNAs), and gain blocks up to 100 GHz, all in hopes of reaching new markets such as security and defense.
Among the CML Micro products displayed at IMS will be the recently introduced CMX90B701 and CMX90B702 low-current, low-noise gain blocks for the 17- to 23-GHz and 23- to 29.5-GHz bands, respectively. Both devices have an ultra-low current consumption of 10 mA with a typical P1dB output figure of +7.5 dBm, an IP3 output of +17.5 dBm, and a noise figure of 4 dB. The devices are housed in a low-cost 3- × 3-mm QFN package, and are fully matched to 50 Ω.
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