RFICS

AcronymDefinition
RFICSRadio Frequency Integrated Circuits Symposium
RFICSRadio Frequency Integrated Circuits and Systems
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Its definition is shown in Figure 4, and the measured phase deviation of the four RFICs is summarized in Figure 5.
The design of a 2.4 GHz Bluetooth transceiver RFIC in CMOS requires careful verification of key performance criteria at all stages of the design process.
OctoTech CEO, Edward Han said, "These additional new products round out our RFIC product offering to distinguish OctoTech as not just another IoT RF front-end, but rather one with innovative designs to enable our customers implement cutting edge solutions that will differentiate them in the market and push the industry to new applications."
Here's a look at a handful of new solutions on the market that incorporate RFIC technology.
The Korean firm said it plans to commercialize additional RFICs for 24GHz and 47GHz this year, which will allow further expansion into markets that will utilize these higher frequency bands such as Europe.
A balun is required to interconnect the antenna with a single-ended structure and RFICs with a differential structure [17].
Rising Micro Electronics Co., LTD (RME) is specialized in designing of high speed, high frequency communication RFIC (Radio Frequency Integrated Circuit).
WIN Semiconductors is a pure-play and dedicated GaAs radio frequency integrated circuit (RFIC) and MMIC foundry service provider.
The 3G RFICs will allow Mitsubishi to combine multiple chips into complex, integrated parts - reducing the number of chips required by its 3G handsets.
(Nasdaq: RFMD), a provider of proprietary radio frequency integrated circuits (RFICs) for wireless communications applications has announced the introduction of the RF2485 quadrature modulator for Terrestrial Trunked Radio (TETRA) systems.