UMS is glad to be quoted in 2 papers published in IEEE Access by the Department of Electronics of the AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow, Poland.
UMS 0.25µm GaAs pHEMT technology (PH25) was retained by the AGH University to design in foundry mode:
- A 24GHz sensor for permittivity measurement with many applications such as blood glucose, acetone in breath, water in vegetable, fat in milk detection
- An ultra-broadband directional coupler, covering 3.9 to 41GHz for many broadband applications such as beamforming network receivers or reflectometers for RF measurements.
About MRG of AGH University:
The Microwave Research Group (MRG) is established at the Department of Electronics, AGH University of Science and Technology, Krakow, Poland.
The MRG’s main research focus is on wideband passive networks, antenna arrays, measurement systems, radars, and permittivity sensors for laboratory and industrial applications. The researched solutions are developed with the use of microwave laminates, 3D additive manufacturing, and monolithic technology based on GaAs and GaN substrates.