Applications

Cree’s RF devices are ideally suited for a host of applications. They are perfect for companies seeking to improve bandwidth, efficiency, frequency of operation, or for applications where small size and weight are critical. These features enable significant savings on operating expenses.

Broadband Amplifiers RF Broadband Amplifiers
GaN HEMT devices are ideal for ultra broadband amplifier applications. The intrinsic properties of high power density, low parasitic, and high FT allow for multi-octave to instantaneous bandwidth amplifiers. This portfolio also includes bare discrete die and bare MMIC die designed for hybrid amplifiers and multi-function transmit/receive modules.
Telecom/Milcom RF Milcom
Cree's GaN HEMT devices are ideally suited for a host of communications applications. They are perfect for applications seeking to improve bandwidth, efficiency, frequency of operation, or for transmitters challenged to reduce size and weight.
Radar RF Radar
The GaN HEMT and MMIC devices are designed for L, S, C, X and Ku band applications. Our portfolio offers a wide range of high efficiency GaN HEMT transistors and amplifiers for pulsed through CW operation.
Satcom and Point-to-Point Radio RF Satcom & Point-to-Point Radio
Cree's GaN HEMT and MMIC devices are ideally suited for a host of communications applications. They are perfect for applications seeking to improve bandwidth, efficiency, frequency of operation, or for transmitters challenged to reduce size and weight. These features enable significant savings on operating expenses.
Cree RF for Telecom applications Telecom
Cree's GaN HEMT devices are ideally suited for a host of telecom applications in both macro-basestations and small cells. They are perfect for applications seeking to improve bandwidth, efficiency, frequency of operation, or for transmitters challenged to reduce size and weight. We provide solutions at 28 V and 50 V.
UAV & Data Link RF Data Link & Tactical Data Link
When you need best in class performance, look to Cree’s GaN HEMTs and MMICs. They offer very high efficiency, which increases battery life and reduces the overall size of the power amplifier. The smaller amplifier results in a lighter payload contribution.