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Post subject: What is RFIC Posted: Tue Jan 17, 2006 4:49 pm

Hi all,

Im an RF Engineer mostly experienced in board design and RF system.

soon. i will have an interview for a RFIC Engineer.

Can anyone explain what is RFIC ?(other then abbreviation...)

What do you think i need to learn for that interview ?

Thanks

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KGRoss

Post subject: Posted: Tue Jan 17, 2006 5:42 pm

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RFIC --> RF design using integrated circuit (IC) technologies.

Thus, I would think you should know something about the process technology you will be designing in (CMOS, SiGeCMOS, GaAs) and its associated advantages/disadvantages. Also, one should probably study up on realizing distributed components in ICs. By this I mean how to realize such things as a Wilkinson power divider using integrated lumped elements and spiral inductors using active devices.

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Post subject: Posted: Wed Jan 18, 2006 10:52 am

If you have an interview to be an RFIC designger and do not even know what the acronym means then you are in trouble.

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