Big Problem in a Tiny Space
Need for specialized MMIC switch driver in airborne sensor sparks an idea for a new product with multiple uses.
An engineer for a major aerospace contractor was working on a prototype for a new classified airborne sensor. The mechanicals were exceedingly tight and he needed a MMIC switch driver with specialized capabilities but found no off-the-shelf technology that would fit.
The problem at hand was dealing with variable high output voltages from an array of MMICs. After reviewing ...
New home, big dreams for Nashua electronics company
By KIMBERLY HOUGHTON
Union Leader Correspondent
NASHUA - A microelectronics contract manufacturer is making strides in the Gate City, recently expanding into a larger and cleaner facility.
Monzite Corp. is blending its engineering and design expertise with modern manufacturing capabilities, hoping to significantly increase its client base in the coming years.
David Robbins, CEO of Monzite, founded the company at the end of 2013 and purchased Impellimax, a leader in subcomponent design, a few months later.
Their first decision ...
Blending engineering and design expertise with meticulous manufacturing capabilities, Monzite Corporation has launched as a new breed of value-added contract manufacturer of microelectronic subcomponents and assemblies for aerospace, defense, scientific and other demanding markets.
After months of quiet development, Monzite has completed the build-out of a new manufacturing, design and testing center in Nashua, New Hampshire. The company has also completed the acquisition of Impellimax, a leader in subcomponent design and manufacturing since 1986. Now a division of Monzite, Impellimax operates from ...