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MMIC Packages & Modules
As the operating frequency of a die increases, the package parasitics become an ever increasing challenge to system performance. To minimize these effects, the package materials, layout, and characteristic impedance must be designed to minimize return loss and unwanted resonances. Applications for MMIC packages primarily include hi-rel, aerospace, telecommunications, and medical.
Kyocera America has many years of experience in designing custom MMIC packages for GaAs, Si, and GaN devices. To ensure the manufacturability of the design, Kyocera America's electrical engineers utilize the best modeling and simulation software to optimize the package electrical performance.
Thermal management in your high frequency application is becoming increasingly important to overall system performance. Kyocera America's MMIC packages and modules include flange materials such as ASTM F-15, W/Cu, Mo/Cu or Cu/Mo/Cu, or other composites for higher thermal conductivity.
High temperature Ag/Cu and Ag/Cu/In braze is typically used to attach flanges and connectors for maximum thermal conduction and mechanical integrity. Au/Ge and Au/Sn braze materials can be used when lower temperature brazing is needed.
Open-tooled parts and feedthroughs are also available for shorter lead times.