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A low-cost high performance GaAs MMIC package using air-cavity ceramic quad flat non-leaded package up to 40 GHz

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5 Author(s)
Young-Ho Suh ; Mimix Broadband Inc., Houston, TX, USA ; Richardson, D. ; Dadello, A. ; Mahon, S.
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A novel low-cost QFN (quad flat non-leaded) package is introduced for GaAs MMIC packaging. The air-cavity QFN package is designed and implemented with an HTCC process using alumina substrate. To operate the package up to 40 GHz, several key methods are proposed in this paper. A low noise and a buffer amplifier are packaged for practical application examples and compared with bare die measurements to verify the QFN package performance. A maximum of 4.5 dB insertion loss degradation occurred at 40 GHz. To authors' knowledge, this is the highest operating frequency for QFN type packages with low loss ever reported.

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Microwave Conference, 2005 European  (Volume:3 )

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4-6 Oct. 2005

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