UHF to L-Band Linear Amplifier 3-D Dielectric Material Enhancements
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DOD / NAVY
In both the commercial and military electronics markets, there is a continuing trend to reduce size, weight, and overall equipment costs, while at the same time increasing functionality and improving reliability of the electronic circuitry. Integrated circuit manufacturers have addressed this need by integrating greater functionality directly onto the silicon chips, thus yielding the System-on-Chip approach. This technique, however, only addresses a portion of the problem. While it does provide for a reduction in size and cost while increasing overall functionality, these ICs still need to be packaged into functional end applications. The ICs typically still require a large number of discrete circuitry to support their functionality. The integration of these ICs and required discrete circuitry into a single end application package is the System-in-Package (SiP) approach. Newer packaging techniques, improved material sets, and new methods of passively integrating circuitry are being developed which allow for a further reduction in size and cost in the final package. Omega Wireless Solutions is adept at advanced packaging, passive integration, and electromagnetic simulation, and has the tools and abilities necessary to integrate the U.S. Navy's Quadrature LINC architecture into a small form factor utilizing the latest SiP techniques.
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