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Sierra Monolithics - Semtech  Profile

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Sierra Monolithics - Semtech  Company Overview

Sierra Monolithics, Inc. (SMI) was established in 1986. From the outset, the company leveraged the founders' experience in high frequency RF design and packaging by creating microwave modules for Aerospace and Government industries. For the past 15 years, SMI has proven its expertise in designing high frequency communications components that provide reliability and outstanding performance. SMI provides products for military, wireless, and wireline applications. SMI designs and produces both SiGe based high speed RFICs and multifunction modules with microwave and millimeter wave hardware.

Sierra Monolithics was acquired by Semtech in December, 2009.

Sierra Monolithics - Semtech  Products

The types of products manufactured by Sierra Monolithics - Semtech include WiMAX (IEEE802.16) Transceivers, OC-768 Optical Network Communication, Transceivers for UAVs, and Radar Activated Beacons for soldiers.

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