|By Business Wire||
|May 1, 2014 04:55 PM EDT||
Hittite Microwave Corporation (NASDAQ:HITT) today announced it has acquired the assets of Keragis Corporation, a provider of extremely high power, wideband amplifier modules, located in San Diego, CA. This acquisition expands Hittite's power amplifier portfolio and capabilities. This union combines Hittite's world class capabilities of design and manufacture of high performance integrated circuits (IC's), modules and subsystems with Keragis' patented extremely wideband high power amplifier module products. Keragis' power amplifiers utilize both Gallium Arsenide and Gallium Nitride semiconductor technologies. Hittite will initially offer 10 military grade and rugged commercial amplifier products featuring broadband ultra high power, compact size and world class efficiency.
About Hittite Microwave Corporation
Hittite Microwave Corporation is an innovative designer and manufacturer of high performance integrated circuits, or ICs, modules, subsystems and instrumentation for technically demanding digital, RF, microwave and millimeterwave applications covering DC to 110 GHz. The company's standard and custom products apply analog, digital and mixed-signal semiconductor technologies, which are used in a wide variety of wireless / wired communication and sensor applications for Automotive, Broadband, Cellular Infrastructure, Fiber Optics, Microwave & Millimeterwave Communications, Military, Test & Measurement, and Space markets. The company is headquartered in Chelmsford, Massachusetts.
About the Keragis Corporation
Founded in 1993, and privately owned by Robert and Maria Rector, Keragis Corporation has been providing high power, wide-band amplifiers for a number of uses including radar subsystems, rack-mounted instruments, phased arrays and tow decoys. Keragis produces military grade and rugged commercial products of unusually high performance for use in RF and microwave systems. The company is located in San Diego, CA.
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