Design work started on 22-28GHz Transceiver architechture (0.1um) GaAs Technology.

On May 16, 2018, the initiation of design work on a cutting-edge 22-28 GHz transceiver architecture marked a pivotal advancement in wireless communication technology. Leveraging state-of-the-art 0.1μm GaAs (Gallium Arsenide) technology, this endeavor represented a significant step towards realizing the potential of millimeter-wave frequencies in telecommunications. The ambitious project aimed to develop a highly efficient and compact transceiver capable of operating within the 22-28 GHz spectrum, enabling faster data rates and enhanced network performance. By pushing the boundaries of semiconductor design and engineering, the team embarked on a journey to create a transformative solution poised to shape the future of wireless connectivity.