``Rockwell was doing a lot of government work with gallium arsenide integrated circuits and two of our founders had developed a way to make these things more manufacturable,'' said spokeswoman Trisha Ito.
What does GAIC stand for?
GAIC stands for Gallium Arsenide Integrated Circuit
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- Global Anti-Incinerator Alliance
- Global Astrometric Interferometer for Astrophysics (European Space Agency)
- Grantley Adams International Airport (Barbados)
- Graphic Arts Industries Association (Canada)
- Graphical Astronomy and Image Analysis Tool
- GUI Application Interoperability Architecture
- General Authority for Islamic Affairs and Awqaf (United Arab Emirates)
- Galapagos Academic Institute for the Arts and Sciences
- Ground Accident Investigation Board (US DoD)
- Gruppo Avvistamento Incendi Boschivi (Italian: Group Avvistamento Forest fires)
- Generalized Akaike Information Criterion
- German American Internee Coalition (New London, New Hampshire)
- Great American Insurance Company
- Growth Areas Infrastructure Contribution (Australia)
- Guizhou Aviation Industry Corporation (China)
- Gulf Asia International Company
- Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors
- Georgia Association of Independent Colleges of Teacher Education
- Global Alliance for ICT and Development
- Global Art Information Directory (resource)
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Most recently, Gunn was vice president of sales for TriQuint Semiconductor, a pioneer in the field of silicon-compatible gallium arsenide integrated circuits.
The Hughes chip, a divider circuit, operates at a frequencyfive times higher than that of currently available gallium arsenide integrated circuits and 10 times faster than commercial silicon circuits.
GCS's technological positioning answers the market need for Gallium Arsenide Integrated Circuits which are so vital in wireless and telecommunications.
ANADIGICS is a pioneer in the production of high volume, high performance, cost-effective gallium arsenide integrated circuits.
The upconverter, featuring TRW proprietary gallium arsenide integrated circuits, converts payload signals at lower frequencies to Astrolink's Ka-band downlink frequency of 20 billion cycles per second (20 GHz) for transmission to Earth.
Among these risk factors are general economic and business conditions and growth in the gallium arsenide integrated circuit and materials industries, the impact of competitive products and pricing, availability of integrated circuit fabrication facilities, the Company's ability to successfully expand its production facilities, cost and yields of HBT transistor wafers, loss of significant customers, acceptance of the Company's products, continuation of strategic relationships, and other risk factors and cautionary statements listed from time to time in the Company's periodic reports and registration statements filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission, including but not limited to, the Company's Annual Report on Form 10-K for the year ended December 31, 1999.
The LNA downconverter is packaged as an integrated microwave assembly, housing a number of TRW gallium arsenide integrated circuits designed for Ka band operation.