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RFIC vs. RF/Microwave circuits.

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What is the difference between RFIC and just plain RF/Microwave circuits? I know one is integrated circuit and one is just more traditional using surface mount(microstrip) etc. But my main question is in what applications do you need RFICs and when do you design just RF circuits.

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