LTCC Filters Enhance Differential Circuit Designs

Today’s RF transceiver designs are using differential circuits for more of the signal chain before the ADC and after the DAC. See how Mini-Circuits’ LTCC dual/differential filters and integrated balun-filters provide an ideal solution for anti-aliasing while simplifying implementation and saving board space.

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Regional Focus, Global Impact Fuel Strong Growth for Mini-Circuits Japan

Regional Focus, Global Impact Fuel Strong Growth for Mini-Circuits Japan

Opened in 2019, Mini-Circuits’ office in Shin-Yokohama, Japan is located in the epicenter of an RF and microwave business hub. Under the leadership of Regional Sales Director Thomas Joyce, the office has seen tremendous growth in just its first year of operation while providing more direct, convenient access to Mini-Circuits’ full range of products and services for customers in the Asia-Pacific region.
MMIC Amplifiers with Shutdown and Bypass Features De-Mystified

MMIC Amplifiers with Shutdown and Bypass Features De-Mystified

RF amplifiers with integrated shutdown and bypass functionality are useful building blocks for a wide range of RF/microwave systems. These functions often lead to questions about the differences between the two functions, which models have which, and the benefits of each. Read on and learn everything you need to know.
Field Applications Engineer Gary Cox Finds an Uncanny Match in Mini-Circuits Japan

Field Applications Engineer Gary Cox Finds an Uncanny Match in Mini-Circuits Japan

Field Applications Engineer Gary Cox found the perfect fit for his well-rounded combination of engineering knowledge, language skills and love for other cultures in an opportunity to join our new office in Yokohama, Japan. See how Gary’s work will help grow Mini-Circuits business in Asia while working closely with some of the world’s most prominent wireless technology companies.
Lee De Forest: Father of Radio and Inventor of the Audion

Lee De Forest: Father of Radio and Inventor of the Audion

Lee De Forest is considered one of the “fathers of radio” for his invention of a device called the Audion, which allowed sound and speech to be broadcast over radio waves. De Forest’s device revolutionized the radio industry and would pave the way for more sophisticated applications like the television.
Women in Leadership: Meet Mini-Circuits’ Customer Service Manager Kim Sainato

Women in Leadership: Meet Mini-Circuits’ Customer Service Manager Kim Sainato

As the Customer Service Manager of Mini-Circuits’ sales office in Branson, Missouri, Kim Sainato’s leadership has inspired her team to exceed expectations. Her guidance has created a tight-knit office community while achieving consistent top-quality service for our customers.
MMIC Technologies: Pseudomorphic High Electron Mobility Transistor (pHEMT)

MMIC Technologies: Pseudomorphic High Electron Mobility Transistor (pHEMT)

Learn the fundamentals of Pseudomorphic High-Electron-Mobility Transistor (pHEMT) technology, one of the key semiconductor processes Mini-CIrcuits uses to design and fabricate our MMIC amplifiers.
The Story Behind Mini-Circuits’ Logo

The Story Behind Mini-Circuits’ Logo

Mini-Circuits’ unique, 50+ year history lives in the origins of our company logo. The inspiration behind the iconic bug design is more than just an aesthetic choice. It’s a representation of the company’s first breakthrough success and a symbol of the determination, ingenuity and resourcefulness that has driven our constant growth.
Celebrating Harvey Kaylie’s Birthday

Celebrating Harvey Kaylie’s Birthday

From kitchen table to global enterprise, Mini-Circuits remembers the life and legacy of our late founder and CEO Harvey Kaylie on his birthday. Four years after his passing, Mini-Circuits members still operate and live by the core values that Kaylie established. Read more about the passion, resilience, and innovation that lead to Mini-Circuits’ legendary success.
Positive Gain Slope Amplifiers Compensate for Gain Roll-Off in Wideband Systems

Positive Gain Slope Amplifiers Compensate for Gain Roll-Off in Wideband Systems

Meeting gain flatness requirements is a common challenge in a variety of systems from wideband receivers to long cable runs. See how Mini-Circuits' wideband positive-gain-slope MMIC amplifiers compensate for frequency-dependent gain roll-off without sacrificing overall gain or RF link budget.
Mini-Circuits Kicks Off Its First SWE Event

Mini-Circuits Kicks Off Its First SWE Event

On August 11, Mini-Circuits hosted its first internally organized Society of Women Engineers (SWE) event. After months of careful planning, the kickoff attracted members from all departments eager to support a great cause: the empowerment of women in technical careers. The kickoff was the first of many more planned events in the hopes of spreading awareness and supporting women in the workforce.
In High-Tech Israel, Mini-Circuits ‘Center of Excellence’ Continues its Founder’s Legacy

In High-Tech Israel, Mini-Circuits ‘Center of Excellence’ Continues its Founder’s Legacy

Since 1977, Mini-Circuits’ team in Israel has been at the forefront of our technological innovation, our commitment to quality in every aspect of business, and world class standards for customer service. Meet the amazing people in Kiryat Bialik developing industry-leading products and technologies for customers worldwide.
Mesh Network Simulators for Wireless Device Testing

Mesh Network Simulators for Wireless Device Testing

Mesh networks are used in a growing number of wireless architectures from military communications to smart home and more. Learn how mesh networks function, explore real-world examples, and see how Mini-Circuits' mesh network simulators allow designers to emulate real-world mesh conditions in the lab environment.