Diode

  1. Space/Military Qualified Silicon Limiter Diodes In Die Or Ceramic Hermetic packages: CLA series
    2/27/2018

    Skyworks offers the CLA Series of silicon limiter diodes designed to provide passive receiver protection over the 100 MHz to over 20 GHz frequency range. The series consists of ten individual chip designs of different intrinsic region base widths and capacitances designed to accommodate multi-stage limiter applications.

  2. Hermetic Ceramic Packaged Silicon PIN Diode Devices: APD Series
    5/17/2018

    Skywork’s Isolink APD Series is made up of silicon PIN diodes designed for use as switch and attenuator devices in high-performance RF and microwave circuits. Operating over the wide frequency range from 100 MHz to over 20 GHz with voltage ratings up to 200 V, these devices use a well-established silicon technology that results in PIN diodes with tightly controlled I-region characteristics.

  3. Using PIN Limiter Diodes In Receiver Protectors
    12/7/2016

    A limiter PIN diode with a three-layer design can protect a receiver from large input signals while allowing the receiver to function normally when large signals aren’t present. This app note describes the use of PIN limiter diodes in receiver protectors, as well as their design characteristics and benefits.

  4. AEC-Q101 Automotive Qualified PIN, Schottky and Varactor Diodes
    6/27/2016

    Skyworks presents a range of PIN, Schottky, and varactor diode solutions to provide consumers with greater connectivity and enhanced safety for a variety of automotive and transportation infrastructure systems. This portfolio of  AEC-Q101 qualified products is ideal for infotainment, remote keyless entry, telematics/cellular, garage door opener, toll tag transponder, vehicle tracking, navigation, collision avoidance, and radar applications.

  5. High-Power Shunt PIN Diodes For T/R Switch And Attenuator Applications
    1/19/2016

    Skyworks introduces the SMP1331-085LF and SMP1331-087LF as the new high-power, surface mount, series connected PIN diodes that are designed for high-power, high-volume, large signal switch and attenuator applications with frequency ranges from 10 MHz to more than 6 GHz.

  6. Discrete Limiter Diodes For Hybrid Module Assembly OEMs: CLA4601-000
    12/1/2015

    The CLA4601-000 is part of the CLA series of silicon limiter diodes designed to provide passive receiver protection over a wide 100 MHz to 30 GHz frequency range. These devices use Skywork’s well-established silicon technology, resulting in high resistivity and tightly controlled base width PIN limiter diodes. When used with limiter circuits, these devices offer high performance with strong limiting action and low loss.

  7. Schottky Detector Diode: SMSA7630-061
    11/25/2015

    The SMSA7630-061 from Skyworks is a zero bias silicon Schottky detector diode with an ultra-miniature 0201 footprint. This P-type diode has a low junction capacitance for excellent detections in frequencies up to 77 GHz, and can be used with sensitive video detector circuits and sampling circuits.

  8. RF Diodes For Broadband Applications
    7/2/2015

    Skyworks Solutions offers a select group of their most popular PIN, limiter, Schottky, and tuning varactor diodes that are designed to meet demanding applications, and are available to ship from stock for prototype or high-volume production.

  9. Low-Barrier Silicon Schottky Diode: SMS7621-060
    5/6/2015

    The SMS7621-060 is a silicon, low-barrier N-type Schottky diode. This surface mount diode has an ultra-miniature 0201 footprint, and a low series resistance which enables great performance as a low-level mixer at frequencies above 26 GHz.

  10. Very Low Capacitance Silicon PIN Diodes: SMP1345 Series
    5/6/2015

    The SMP1345 series is composed of surface mountable PIN diodes are specifically designed for WLAN 802.11 a/b/g applications and are ideally suited for diversity switch applications. The series has an RF performance that is assured by virtue of their very low capacitance (0.15 pF) and low resistance (1.5 Ω at 10 mA).