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Graduate student Laura Popa (pictured) and Associate Professor Dana Weinstein have developed a Gallium Nitride Millimeter Wave Integrade Circuit (MMIC) in the Microsystems Technology Laboratories in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at MIT in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA.  The chip they developed allows fast switching between frequencies in communications technology such as cell phones.
Graduate student Laura Popa (pictured) and Associate Professor Dana Weinstein have developed a Gallium Nitride Millimeter Wave Integrade Circuit (MMIC) in the Microsystems Technology Laboratories in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at MIT in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA. The chip they developed allows fast switching between frequencies in communications technology such as cell phones.
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