Courtesy of Keysight Technologies. Keysight Technologies offers MMICs across DC, microwave, and gigahertz bands.

RFMW Signs Distribution Agreement for Broadband MMICs

By adding broadband MMICs to its distribution portfolio, RFMW can deliver power-saving solutions to customers looking for fast-switching and high-frequency transmitters.

Global distributor RFMW Ltd. will add Keysight Technologies’ Keysight’s Monolithic Microwave Integrated Circuit (MMIC) devices to its distribution portfolio. Made of Indium Phosphide (InP) and Galium Arsenide (GaAs), Keysight’s MMICs can operate across frequency bands from DC to 110GHz. Their broadband performance is highly desirable for advanced communications in military and defense markets.

“Keysight’s MMIC portfolio offers designers an optimized tradeoff of performance, power, size and cost,” says Keysight’s business development manager, Dave Savage. “The broadband performance of our devices allows full bandwidth designs and eliminates narrow-band, switched-path architectures that are complex, power hungry and ultimately, expensive.”

“The diversity of products can also populate many of the blocks in a transceiver front end,” adds RFMW’s president & CEO, Joel Levine.  “The diversity of products can also populate many of the blocks in a transceiver front end,” he adds. “With current and future radio development, these devices will find homes in a wide range of applications and complement other devices in our supplier’s portfolios.”

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