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Tech Brief Explains How to Eliminate Complex Bias Sequencers and Negative Voltage Supply

Posted on Thursday, February 23, 2017
Tech Brief Explains How to Eliminate Complex Bias Sequencers and Negative Voltage Supply

We are proud to announce a new technical brief illuminating our progress in eliminating complex bias sequencers and negative voltage supply.

Our expert engineers have been exploring the use of enhancement mode pseudomorphic high-electron-mobility-transistors (E-pHEMTs) in monolithic microwave integrated circuits (MMICs). This is a promising technique, for it directly addresses a well-known design challenge. Specifically, that of sequencing in amplifier biasing.

The savings generated by removing the sequencer can be enormous. The use of E-pHEMT devices by designers of power amplifiers (PAs) and low noise amplifiers (LNAs) is in its infancy, as such devices have only recently been made available from a number of semiconductor manufacturers. However, Custom MMIC has been a pioneer in this area and currently offers dozens of standard, off-the-shelf PA and LNA components built with E-PHEMT technology. Not only can E-pHEMT amplifiers reduce cost and complexity, they can also improve performance. By definition, this is a win-win situation.

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