This series of OCXO cover the 5MHz to 20MHz frequency range. It is ideal for low phase noise and excellent frequency stability applications including base stations, synthesizers, digital switching, test equipment and military.
These GaAs MMIC I/Q Mixers are ideal for applications involving point-to-point radio, point-to-multi-point radio, sensors, military radar, satellite communications, EW, and ELINT. Two different models are available in this series with frequency range coverage of 24-28 GHz, and 8-12 GHz.
Low phase noise, high frequency reference oscillators improve signal-to-noise ratios in microwave radios, RF/EW/ATE, radar systems, spectrum analyzers and more. The XO5085 covers the 50 MHz to 160 MHz range, has very low phase noise and comes in a 1” sq. package.
This single pole, 36 throw (SP36T) switch features multi-octave frequency range coverage, 70 dB min isolation, 1 W CW power handling, 7 dB max insertion loss, a single +5 V supply, 100 nsec switching speed, and low profile packaging.
12-position coaxial switches by RLC Electronics feature high reliability, outstanding electrical performance, and a long life. They’re available in terminated (absorptive) or non-terminated (reflective) configurations.
This programmed power switch features input current limits of 150mA-2400mA and has a +10% current accuracy at 2A input with its current limit setting. Its Vcc range runs from 2.5V to 5.5V, and its operating temperature range runs from -40 to 85oC.
This two-bit, GaAs pHEMT digital attenuator is ideal for applications involving IF/RF systems and cellular/3G infrastructure, or any 100 Ω differential system that requires high attenuation accuracy, low insertion loss, and low intermodulation.
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.