Switches

SWITCHES PRODUCTS

The RFMS8X8-1-18GNB is an 8 input and 8 output non-blocking RF matrix switch that allows any of the 8 inputs to be routed to any or all the 8 outputs.  The unit operates over the frequency range of 1 GHz to 18 GHz and has signal gain, frequency compensation and controlled path lengths.  These features provide minimal signal loss, minimal frequency response variations and matched time delay between paths. 

Corry Micronics has developed an 8 x 8 Non-Blocking Switch Matrix that allows any of the 8 inputs to be routed to any or all of the 8 outputs.

The SKY5A1007 by Skyworks is a state-of-the-art CMOS, silicon-on-insulator (SOI) double-pole, double-throw (DPDT) switch. Including automotive, cellular telematics, and cellular compensator 5G applications, the switch provides high-linearity performance, low insertion loss, and high isolation.

RLC Electronics introduces the STR-2-H-50 coaxial switch designed to operate for military and commercial applications within the DC to 50 GHz frequency range. Features include insertion loss of less than 1.1 dB, isolation of over 50 dB, and a switching speed of up to 25 nsec. The switch is available in a module with 2.4mm (F) connectors.

The 50S-2133 SMA from JFW is a solid-state, self-terminating 1P8T RF switch designed for economical automated RF testing applications in the 20 – 5,000 MHz frequency range.

Qorvo’s QPC2511 is a high-power single-pole triple-throw (SP3T) switch optimized for radar, communications, and electronic warfare (EW) applications. The switch is capable of operation within the 2 – 11 GHz frequency range.

The NuSwitch VU150MH01 from NuWaves is a high speed, low loss SPDT switch designed to deliver up to 150 W of power handling for a variety of UHF/VHF applications. This switch is also suitable for use in military, aerospace, and satellite communication applications, as well as in RF front end modules, half-duplex RF systems, and test and measurement instrumentation.

Mini Circuits offers a series of “full fan-out” or “fully non-blocking” matrices using a combination of programmable attenuators and splitters/combiners that deliver a flexible set of paths between the input and output ports. The configuration is analogous to a switch matrix except any individual path can be “on” (0 dB attenuation), or “off” (max attenuation), or any specific path loss in-between.