CEL (California Eastern Laboratories) is an engineering, sales and marketing company focused on RF Semiconductors, Optical Semiconductors and Wireless Connectivity Solutions. CEL serves designers, OEMs and contract manufacturers in various RF, Wireless and Optical markets. With over 55 years experience in high frequency design, customer support and fulfillment, CEL is ideally positioned to provide its customers with a stable supply of products to meet their specific needs. CEL maintains extensive inventories and provides engineering and applications assistance at its technical centers in Santa Clara, CA., Buffalo Grove, IL and Lafayette, CO. The company supports customers through sales offices, sales representatives and distributors in numerous locations.
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|More Info||Part Number||Model||Body Style||Max Freq (GHz)||Power Out (dBm)||Downloads||Features|
|CE3512K2||HMT-CEL-CE3512K2||S01||30||10||NL, NP, IM|
|Note #||Title||Date||Example Files|
|32||Simulation Procedures And Considerations For Power Amplifier Design In Agilent Genesys||1/1/2014|
|30||Large-Signal Ldmos Model Simulation Using Agilent Genesys Software||1/1/2014|
|Non-Linear Simulation of RFIC Amplifier Reference Design Boards||Hetvi Patel, Thomas Weller, Rick Connick and Lawrence Dunleavy||5/1/2008|