Altum RF To Exhibit At European Microwave Week
Company to show a range of devices and demonstration boards at Paris show
Altum RF, a supplier of mmwave to digital semiconductor solutions, has announced that it will be at European Microwave Week 2019 Exhibition (Paris, France, September 29 to October 4, 2019).
Based in Eindhoven, Netherlands, Altum RF is a new company that uses GaAs, GaN, SiGe or RF CMOS to develop products for telecoms, 5G, satcom, RADAR sensors, test and measurement, aerospace and defence, and ISM applications.
The company plans to show a range of devices including demonstration boards and literature. Company personnel will also be available to answer questions about specific products, future plans and their expertise designing and delivering RF, microwave and mmwave semiconductors.
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