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I guess SiGe stands for Silicon Germanium technology. Can you be more precise about your request??
do you need technology (processing) infos?
do you need devices info?
do you need physical properties?
Let us know ok??
you are right, I begin to design SiGe bipolar LNA, whth several year bipolar experences I still fear to touch SiGe technology, where I should start, where can I find usefull design info and good fab?