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RF Micro enters GaAs foundry business

9/29/2010 04:20 PM EDT
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re: RF Micro enters GaAs foundry business
krisi   9/30/2010 11:51:03 PM
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Interesting. I thought a while back that GaAs technology will eventually got replaced by CMOS but I guess that didn't happen and new companies are jumping into III-V foundry business. What can you do in GaAs that CMOS can't beyond PA in your cell phone??? Kris

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