Cupertino, CA--February 27, 1997--Siemens Components Inc. (Cupertino, CA) announced Model CMY210, a GaAs MMIC that can be used for designing cellular or PCS (personal communications service) handsets based on either TDMA (time division multiple access) or CDMA (code division multiple access) standards.
Siemens MMIC designers have combined their technical design experience with Siemens patented DIOM (double implantation one metalization) GaAs fabrication process to create the CMY210.
The CMY210 comes in the MW6 package, a surface mount SO type package, and costs $2.50 in quantities of 100,000. The device is available in high-volume quantities.
Siemens also offers a complement of both silicon and GaAs discrete and MMIC devices for wireless applications. For example, the BFP420 SIEGET transistor or the CFY30 (GaAs FET) works with the CMY210 to provide a complementary LNA solution for the cellular and PCS receive channel.
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