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.
Skyworks is pleased to unveil five LTE Tx/Rx switches for smartphones and tablets. The SKY13414-485LF, SKY13415-485LF, SKY13416-485LF, SKY13417-485LF and SKY13418-485LF main/diversity antenna switches cover SP4T through SP8T, and allow up to eight bands of WCDMA/LTE.
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.
This line of SPST and SPDT PIN diode switches feature high power handling, low insertion loss, high antenna-to-receive-isolation, a broad frequency range (20 MHz to 6 GHz), and much more. There are currently nine different SPST and SPDT models available in this series, all with varying maximum power, package sizes, operating frequency ranges, and more.
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.
Low PIM switches by Dow-Key are now available in SPDT, DPDT and SP6T configurations with SMA or N-type connectors. These switches are specifically designed to 3rd order IM requirements below -160 dBc; at 1870 MHz and at approximately +43 dBm with carrier frequencies 1930 MHz and 1990 MHz.
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.
RLC Electronics’ waveguide switches are available in SPDT and transfer configurations, can be manually or remotely controlled, and offer a choice of coil voltages and optional indicator contacts.