|Alguien dijo ...|
|Lo opuesto de una formulación correcta es una formulación incorrecta. Pero lo opuesto de una verdad profunda puede ser muy bien otra verdad profunda,|
Niels Henrik David Bohr(1885-1962)
Físico danés, premio Nobel de Física 1922.
|Cree and AWR Offer MMIC Process Design Kit for Microwave Office Design Suite|
SAN FRANCISCO, CA - — Cree, Inc. and Applied Wave Research, Inc. (AWR) announced today the availability of a process design kit (PDK) supporting Cree’s high-power silicon carbide (SiC) process. The kit, announced at the 2006 IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Symposium, enables monolithic microwave integrated circuit (MMIC) designers to use Cree’s MMIC process within AWR’s Microwave Office software environment. Designers can now improve productivity by applying AWR’s industry-leading, open, and integrated design platform to Cree’s wide bandgap SiC MMIC foundry services and discrete products.
“Cree is committed to making its industry-leading power WBG MMIC technologies accessible through the EDA tools and flows our customers prefer,” said Jim Milligan, Cree’s manager of wide bandgap RF Products. “The release of this kit is an important part of that commitment, and we are pleased to be working with AWR to provide this and future GaN solutions as well.” Wide bandgap (WBG) technologies such as SiC and gallium nitride (GaN) can produce more power in a smaller space while dissipating less heat than other available device technologies.
"When it comes to WBG MMIC products and services, Cree is at the leading edge of the market,” said James Spoto, AWR president and CEO. “We welcome the opportunity to have this PDK available to our customers worldwide on our powerful, open, Microwave Office design environment. We look forward to working with Cree on meeting current and future challenges in WBG MMIC power amplifier design."
Miércoles, 21 Junio, 2006 - 11:50