This series of SP10T switches is available in several different models with varying package types and sizes. Each switch covers the 0.4-2.7 GHz frequency range and each switch is ideal for WCDMA transmit/receive applications and GSM receive applications.
The LV7 series of high performance clock oscillators are ideal for communications systems where low jitter is mandated by chipset suppliers and system level performance demands. The series is comprised of several different models with variations in frequency stability, operating temperature, and supply voltage. It collectively covers the 40 to 200 MHz frequency range.
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.
CTS Electronic Components’ Model 144 is the industry’s smallest oven controlled crystal oscillator, with a height of only 8 mm. It operates in the 8 MHz to 120 MHz frequency range and is ideal for applications involving synthesizers, portable wireless communications, battery powered applications, and portable wireless devices.
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.
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.
The NO6 double oven crystal oscillator has a 10 MHz (typical) center frequency and has temperature stability as low as .2ppb. Its design makes it ideal for network timing and general precision applications. The DOCXO is available with a +5VDC input supply voltage and/or with a sinewave output.
Switch matrices are typically used in the design verification or manufacturing phase of test systems. They’re designed to move signal routing and signal conditioning to a test system’s central location. This makes the characterization of the calibration plane between the DUT and the test equipment simpler, reduces insertion loss, improves signal integrity, and better controls phase issues. They can be used in both commercial wireless and aerospace/defense settings. This page provides an overview of Dow-Key Microwave’s offerings as it relates to switch matrices.