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Four-Bit Digital Attenuator: SKY12361-350LF

Four-Bit Digital Attenuator: SKY12361-350LF

The SKY12361-350LF is a GaAs pHEMT four-bit broadband digital attenuator featuring an operating frequency of 0.1 to 3.7 GHz, and 15 dB attenuation with 1 dB least significant bit (LSB). This digital attenuator is ideal for a wide variety of cellular 3G and 4G infrastructure applications.

Frequency Source: 25 MHz to 3000 MHz

This frequency source is used for calibration and covers the 25 to 3000 MHz frequency range. It has <1ppm frequency stability, > -10dBm output power, >30dB controlled range output power, >40dBc spurious rejection, and a 100 MHz external and internal reference clock. For additional information on its specifications, download the datasheet.

 

20-500 MHz Pin Switch: JDPSW00205T2

20-500 MHz Pin Switch: JDPSW00205T2

This Pin switch covers the 20-5000 MHz frequency range and has <0.5 dB insertion loss, >40 dB isolation, <1.4 VSWR, 100 W (peak) power handling, and a <15µs switching speed. For additional specifications and an outline drawing, download the datasheet.

Excellent Phase Noise, Low G-Sensitivity: T1241 TCXO

Excellent Phase Noise, Low G-Sensitivity: T1241 TCXO

The T1241 TCXO by Greenray Industries stands out from other temperature compensated crystal oscillators due to its excellent phase noise and low-g sensitivity (down to <7 x 10-11/g). Its vibration compensated package makes it ideal for mobile applications in which the TCXO will need to perform under conditions of vibration or shock.

FEMs, LNA, PAs, and Switches for Video Game Consoles

FEMs, LNA, PAs, and Switches for Video Game Consoles

If the last few generations of video consoles taught us anything, it’s that gamers have almost entirely embraced internet connectivity in their systems, and that wired controllers are a thing of the past. This page provides an overview of Skyworks’ front-end modules, low noise amplifiers, switches, and power detectors used in Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo consoles. These components help facilitate online play and wireless controller connectivity.

Vacuum Switch for MRI, Hyperthermia, and Ablation Equipment

Vacuum Switch for MRI, Hyperthermia, and Ablation Equipment

Ducommun’s series of single-pole, double-throw switches covers the DC to 400 MHz frequency range. The switches weigh just 9 ounces and are ideal for integration into MRI machines as well as hyperthermia and ablation equipment.

 

Single Control SP2T RF Switch: SKY13453-385LF

Single Control SP2T RF Switch: SKY13453-385LF

This single-pole, double-throw switch covers the 0.01 to 6.0 GHz frequency range and features low insertion loss (0.40 dB @ 2.0 GHz), high isolation (>25 dB @ 2.0 GHz), and single bit control. It’s been designed for mode switching in cellular pre-power amplifier applications or dual-band WLAN (802.11a/b/g/n) applications.

Temperature Compensated Crystal Oscillator (TCXO): T1243

Temperature Compensated Crystal Oscillator (TCXO): T1243

The T1243 is a temperature compensated crystal oscillator (TCXO) that is designed to deliver ultra-low phase noise performance and outstanding vibration compensation. The T1243 features a noise floor reaching down to -165dBc/Hz, and low acceleration sensitivity options down to to <7 x 10-11/g, and can be used in a variety of communication, instrumentation, and military applications.

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