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Unformatted text preview: Letcture 3 Fabrication Processes MMIC Design and Technology Fabrication of MMIC Instructor Dr. George Kirkman Letcture 3 Fabrication Processes Update Homework 1 Due Wednesday Reading in text Chapter 1 Chapter 2 pp 31-44 Chapter 3 pp 83 115 to be covered in next two lectures Next time Passive Devices Letcture 3 Fabrication Processes MMIC Letcture 3 Fabrication Processes MMIC Product Develpoment Process Customer or Market Requirement MMIC Design Wafer/Chip Fabrication Foundry Processes Test Assembly Test and Package Product Iteration (s) Letcture 3 Fabrication Processes Why GaAs High Electron Mobility High frequency operation Intrinsic GaAs is Semi-Insulating Well suited for use as a substrate for stripline and passives High Q Large Band Gap 1.4eV High voltage = higher power Radiation hard Letcture 3 Fabrication Processes MMIC Production Process Letcture 3 Fabrication Processes FET Gate Length s Gate Width W Letcture 3 Fabrication Processes...
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