Switch

  1. 50 W to 100 W High Power Switches for Infrastructure and Basestation Manufacturers
    5/8/2012

    These 50 W to 100 W high power switches provide a high power transmit/receive and failsafe switch for TDD-LTE, TD-SCDMA, basestation, repeater and military land mobile radio applications.

  2. 0.5-6.0 GHz SPDT Switch, 50 Ω Terminated
    11/29/2011

    Matched ports which reduce pulling in low noise amplifiers and deliver better system performance make this family of high power 50 Ohm terminated, single-pole, double throw switches ideal for high power access points and router applications. These SPDT switches feature low insertion loss, high isolation and high linearity for improved data throughput.

  3. Advanced SPDT Switch For WLAN Applications: SKY13592-689LF
    11/21/2016

    The SKY13592-689LF is a single-pole, double throw (SPDT) switch that operates in the 0.1 to 6.0 GHz frequency range and is ideal for WLAN applications, ISM band radios, low power transmit receive systems, smartphones, and connectivity models. This device uses advanced switching technologies to maintain low insertion loss and high isolation for all switching paths.

  4. Antenna Switches for Carrier Aggregation
    5/16/2013

    Smartphone users have challenged (and will continue to challenge) mobile networks with the increased amounts of data they download. Though the wireless spectrum is vast, it’s still limited in its availability. Carrier aggregation is a technique that uses two or more bands at the same time to combine spectrum and increase data throughput, giving smartphone users a better data experience. Skyworks recently released two new antenna switches for use in carrier aggregation applications.

  5. Current Limit Power Switch: AAT4712
    10/3/2013

    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.

  6. DPDT Diversity Switches
    9/23/2011

    Skyworks has introduced two double-pole, double-throw (DPDT) high-performance, cost-effective diversity switches in industry standard packaging and footprint. The SKY13355-374LF is a low-power variant and the SKY13381-374LF is a higher P1 dB version for higher linearity applications (in the same pinout). The switches are ideal for wireless routers, printer modules, high power access points, and WLAN customer premise and infrastructure equipment given their pin-to-pin compatibility with high- and low-power devices.

  7. DPDT Switches For 802.11 a, b, g, n Applications
    9/12/2011

    Skyworks Solutions, Inc. has introduced two double-pole, double-throw diversity switches for 802.11a, b, g, n applications such as routers and access points. The SKY13352-337LF is ideal for high band applications, while the SKY13353-337LF is for low band. These new switches deliver antenna diversity and offer pin-for-pin compatibility, making them ideal for WLAN infrastructure providers.

  8. DPx3T Switch: SKY13399-469LF
    12/22/2012

    This DPx3T Switch covers the 0.7-2.7 GHz frequency range and is ideal for applications for GSM, DCS, CDMA, WCDMA, and TD-SCDMA differential filter switching. It comes in a small (2x2 mm), 18-pin QFN package and features low insertion loss and a wide VDD supply range.

  9. Dual-Band Matched SP4T WiFi Switch: SKY13575-639LF
    3/23/2016

    The SKY13575-639LF from Skyworks is a dual-band single-pole, four-throw switch ideal for dual-band WLAN, 3G/4GLTE systems, and WLAN 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac applications. With an integrated 50Ω match on all RF outputs ports and external DC blocking capacitors, this switch can operate within the -40°C to 90°C temperature range.

  10. GaAs, Dual-band, High-isolation, SPDT Reflective Switch: SKY13446-374LF
    2/28/2014

    This SPDT reflective switch features positive low voltage control (0 and 3.0V), low insertion loss (0.40 dB @ 2.5 GHz and 0.80 dB @ 6.0 GHz), high isolation (38 dB @ 2.4 GHz and 30 dB @ 6 GHz), excellent linearity performance, and an advanced pHEMT process.