Visit mmTron at the 2024 IMS in Washington, D.C.

mmTron will be exhibiting at the 2024 International Microwave Symposium (IMS), June 18–20 in Washington, D.C. In booth #1661, our staff will be discussing the expanding product line of MMICs that are extending system capabilities in fixed wireless access (FWA), satellite communications, aerospace and defense, and instrumentation.

Timed for IMS, we will be announcing a full IF to antenna solution for 25 to 29 GHz FWA, offering high EIRP for 400 MHz, 1024-QAM systems.

mmTron’s mmWave ICs are designed to simultaneously provide high power and linearity while maintaining excellent efficiency. Linear power is the key parameter for achieving high data rate mmWave communication. The greater the power and linearity, the longer the range and higher data rate for transmission.

Discussing mmTron’s unique approach to optimizing power, linearity, and efficiency, Michael Roberg, Engineering Fellow, will be presenting an invited keynote, GaAs & GaN MMIC Power Amplifier and Front-End Module Design for K-Ka Band Commercial Communication Systems on Wednesday, June 19 (session We1C-1).

If you’re attending IMS, stop by our booth (#1661) to learn about our power amplifier, front-end module, transceiver, and distributed amplifier MMICs. To schedule a meeting with our co-founders, Seyed Tabatabaei and Mona Molaasgari, or Michael Roberg, email