Cree and RFMD demo GaN for wireless in Hawaii
With much of the wireless infrastructure industry at the International Microwave Symposium in Honolulu, Cree and RF Micro Devices take the opportunity to show off their latest GaN-based products.
RF Micro Devices and Cree are both showcasing their latest GaN-based components for wireless infrastructure applications at the International Microwave Sympoisum, which is taking place in Hawaii this week.
Cree says that its new CGH40025 general-purpose device is the smallest 25 W transistor available in the industry, delivering 14 dB of gain and a drain efficiency of 55 percent when used in a 3.6 GHz amplifier.
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