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Micro-ElectroMechanical System (MEMS) Device Patent    

Wireless & RF Switching Device Design & Manufacturing

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Primary Application of the Technology

Design & manufacturing of MEMS devices used in Wireless & RF antenna switching, filter banks and power amplifier switches in multi-band and multi-mode handsets. RF MEMS switches significantly reduce the number of dropped calls due to better utilization of RF signal; increase battery life because the RF amplifier isn’t required to run at higher power levels; and enable smaller, less costly, and more efficient RF designs in handsets.

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Patent Summary

U.S. Patent Classes & Classifications Covered in this listing:

Class 333: Wave Transmission Lines And Networks

Electric wave transmission systems wherein electromagnetic wave energy is guided or constrained by a wave transmission device of the long line type other than loaded lines. Included are passive wave transmission networks simulating the characteristics of a long line wave transmission systems or wave guides, such as artificial lines, delay networks, resonators, impedance matching networks, equalizers, wave filters and transmission line terminations. Passive coupling networks and terminating networks having either lumped or distributed electrical circuit parameters and having impedance characteristics. Smoothing type wave filters having shunt capacitance, or series inductance. Networks including a wave transmission device and means for decreasing the amplitude range of the signal applied to the transmission device as the signal increases in amplitude and means for increasing or restoring the amplitude range of the signal after the transmission over the transmission device. Passive networks for producing an output wave which is the time derivative or time integral of the input wave. Systems including active elements for producing across at least two of the system terminals a negative resistance, and/or an inductance, or capacitance which may be positive or negative. Wave traps using long line elements.

Subclass 105: Having mechanical switching means
Subclass 262: Switch