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SPDT Switch: PE42722

PE42722RFMW Ltd. announces design and sales support for a DOCSIS 3.1 compliant single-pole, double-throw (SPDT) switch from Peregrine Semiconductor. The PE42722 operates from 5 to 1794 MHz. Insertion loss is rated at 0.3 dB while offering up to 50 dB of isolation. Second harmonic performance is -119 dBc at 800 MHz with a 65 dBmV transmit input while the PE42722 third order performance is -138 dBc.


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Ku-Band SPDT Switch: TGS4310

TGS4310RFMW Ltd. announces design and sales support for a Ku-Band SPDT switch capable of handling 5 W RF power. The TriQuint TGS4310 offers >20 isolation with a low insertion loss of <1.7 dB. Designed for use by Ku-Band system providers, the TGS4310 supports radar, instrumentation and communication applications.


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Step-Down Switching Regulator: LT3668

LT3668Linear Technology Corp. announces the LT3668, a 400 mA, 40 V step-down switching regulator with dual tracking LDO outputs packaged in an MSOP-16E. The LT3668 operates from a VIN range of 4.3 to 40 V with transient protection to 60 V, making it ideal for automotive and industrial applications. Its internal 600 mA switch can deliver up to 400 mA.


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Three 20 W Power Amplifiers

Wavelex_20W_PA_PR_PhotoRichardson RFPD Inc. announces immediate availability and full design support capabilities for three new 20 W power amplifiers from Wavelex. The new 50-ohm, unconditionally stable PAs operate from a single DC power supply and cover down to 820 MHz and up to at least 890 MHz. They feature infinite load VSWR protection and a minimum of 50% power added efficiency.


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Surface Mount Bias Network: MABT-011000

Package Image - MABT-011000 (Standard MACOM Package Image)M/A-COM Technology Solutions Holdings Inc. (“MACOM”) announced a fully monolithic broadband surface mount bias network utilizing MACOM’s patented HMIC process. The MABT-011000 is designed for customers who need a rugged HMIC device with low loss and high performance with exceptional repeatability through millimeter frequencies.


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DAC and Two ADCs Converters

ADI_Q4_Select_PR_PhotoRichardson RFPD Inc. announced the availability and full design support capabilities for three converters from Analog Devices Inc. The new devices include a digital-to-analog converter (AD9144), an analog-to-digital converter (AD9625), and a dual analog-to-digital converter (AD9680). All of the devices are suitable for a range of applications.


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High Bandwidth/Low Noise Oscilloscope: N7020A

N7020AKeysight Technologies Inc. introduced the industry’s highest bandwidth and lowest noise oscilloscope probe for making power integrity measurements to characterize DC power rails. The new Keysight N7020A power-rail probe specifications are tailored for a wide variety of DC power-rail measurements. Probe specifications include very low noise, a large ± 24-V offset range and 2-GHz bandwidth.


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GaN SPDT Switches: TGS2354-SM / TGS2354

TGS2354RFMW Ltd. announces design and sales support for a 6 GHz GaN SPDT switch supporting communications, EW, Radar and general purpose applications handling power levels up to 40 W.  The TGS2354-SM from TriQuint is packaged as a 4 x 4 mm QFN while the TGS2354 offers similar performance in DIE for hybrid applications. Switching speed for both is in the order of 50 nS.


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GaN Transistor: TGM3015-SM

TGM3015-SMRFMW Ltd. announces design and sales support for TriQuint’s TGM3015-SM, a 3 x 3 mm QFN packaged GaN transistor offering 10 W P3dB. Linear power gain is up to 17.1 dB within the 0.03 to 3.0 GHz bandwidth of this device. PAE3dB of the TGM3015-SM is >62% which typifies TriQuint GaN efficiency.


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Power Amplifiers: TQP5523 / TQP5525

TQP5525RFMW Ltd. announces design and sales support for a pair of 5 GHz power amplifiers designed for 802.11a/n/ac WLAN applications.  TriQuint’s TQP5523 and TQP5525 are fully integrated modules with internal matching on both input and output ports. Both TriQuint devices run off 3.3 or 5 V Vcc and integrate a temperature compensated bias network.


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