Responding rapidly to customer needs, Monzite designs and builds innovative subcomponents for a range of applications. As an outsourced manufacturing partner, we help our customers design, manufacture and test their products, from prototyping through low-volume runs and into full production.
We provide design and process support services that improve manufacturability and performance. We work in mixed media environments, with hard and soft substrates. We live and breathe “chip and wire” and thrive on the demands of SWAP (size, weight and power) constraints. We can help with a single component or coordinate design and production of an integrated assembly from housing to harness. In all this, complete quality is our guiding principle.
- Die attach (eutectic solder and epoxy), board mount, wire bond (Au & Al 1mil to 20 mil), soldering and rework
- SMT, BGA and Micro BGA, (re-balling) thru-hole, flex circuits, ribbon round cable solder crimp and soldered connectors
- Environmental Screening
- Leak check (fine and gross), burn-in acceleration, temperature cycling, vacuum bake
- Metal Work
- Welding (laser and resistance seam), milling, turning, painting, marking
- Flying Probe/Functional
- Analog time based
- RF, microwave, millimeter wave
- Vector network measurements
- Scalar measurements
- Spectrum analysis
- Noise characterization
- High power
Monzite engineers are innovators developing new subcomponents. We recently launched a new class of multi-function assemblies, with multiple MMICs, transmission line, bias structures, all in a single QFN package. We’re calling them MMIQ (short for Multiple MMICs in QFN). These are standard logical building blocks that can save space and cost. It’s a new degree of flexibility to scale or enhance performance a design over time. These MMIQs are switches, attenuators, phase shifters, limiters, amplifiers all built in 12mm QFN.
Through our Impellimax division, we manufacture and sell a wide range of drivers, linearizers, switch modules and other high-performance standard subcomponents. Some of them are on Mars right now, others are checking out Saturn, most are here on Earth. See more here.