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Richardson RFPD offers 10 MHz to 8 GHz UltraCMOS® SP4T switch by Peregrine

July 11, 2014
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Richardson RFPD, Inc. announced the availability and full design support capabilities for a new RF single-pole four-throw (SP4T) switch from Peregrine Semiconductor Corp.

The broadband PE42441 operates from 10 MHz to 8 GHz and features four symmetric RF ports, low insertion loss (0.8 dB at 3 GHz), exceptional isolation (45 dB), high power handling (+31 dBm P0.1dB), and +58 dBm IIP3 at 8 GHz. An on-chip CMOS decode logic facilitates a two-pin voltage CMOS control interface. In addition, no external blocking capacitors are required if 0VDC is present on RF ports.

The PE42441 is manufactured on Peregrine’s UltraCMOS® process, a patented variation of silicon-on-insulator (SOI) technology on a sapphire substrate, offering the performance of GaAs with the economy and integration of conventional CMOS.

According to Peregrine, additional key features of the PE42441 include:

High isolation

  • 45 dB @ 3 GHz
  • 39 dB @ 6 GHz
  • 31 dB @ 8 GHz

Low insertion loss

  • 0.8 dB @ 3 GHz
  • 1.0 dB @ 6 GHz
  • 1.2 dB @ 8 GHz

High linearity

  • +58 dBm IIP3 @ 8 GHz
  • +110 dBm IIP2 @ 8 GHz

1.8V control logic compatible

5 µs switching time

ESD performance

  • 2kV HBM on all pins
  • 100V MM on all pins
  • 1 kV CDM on all pins

To find more information, or to purchase this product online, please visit the PE42441 webpage. The device is also available by calling 1-800-737-6937 (within North America); or please find a local sales engineer (worldwide) at Local Sales Support. To learn about additional products from Peregrine, please visit the Peregrine storefront webpage.

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