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Shrinking RF Circuits Using MEMS"Toward the Single-Chip RF Solution
7/26/2000   Post a comment
The industry is just beginning to see the benefits of RF-MEMS integrated devices, including enhanced performance (both passive and active devices) and/or a reduction in cost, size, or weight of the system. Integration of these devices eventually offers a means to replace all passive RF chips with on-chip devices for the long-awaited, single-chip RF product. MEMSCAP's Patrick Albert and John Costello zoom in for a closer examination of MEMS-based components.

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