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Celeritek - Mimix Broadband - MACOM  Profile

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Celeritek - Mimix Broadband - MACOM  Company Overview

Celeritek designs and manufactures radio frequency integrated circuits (RFICs), low noise amplifiers, gain blocks and power amplifier modules for the semiconductor components market using GaAs based device technology.

Celeritek was acquired by Mimix Broadband in June, 2005.

Founded in 2000, Mimix supplies highly integrated and linear monolithic microwave integrated circuits (MMICs) for microwave and millimeter-wave wireless applications.

In 2010, Mimix Broadband was acquired by M/A-Com Technology, now known simply as MACOM.

Celeritek - Mimix Broadband - MACOM  Products

The types of products manufactured by Celeritek - Mimix Broadband - MACOM include Buffer Amplifiers, Distributed Amplifiers, Gain Blocks, Low Noise GaAs FETs, Low Noise Amplifiers, Mixers, Multipliers, Oscillators, Prescalers & Dividers, Power GaAs FETs, Power Amplifiers, Receivers, Transmitters, Digital Attenuators, Phase Shifters, and GaAs Switches.

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