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Articles by RFMW Ltd.

50 Ohm Absorptive Switch: TQC0015

TQC0015RFMW Ltd. announces design and sales support fora 50 ohm absorptive switch from TriQuint. The TQC0015 internal terminations can handle a maximum CW power of up to 2 W. This performance is enhanced with an enable-pin functionality and compatibility with 1.8 or 3.3 V control signals, making the TQC0015 useful in small cell applications.


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Micro-RF Test Switch Connector: 15K101-40ME4

15K101-40ME4RFMW Ltd. announces design and sales support for Rosenberger’s 15K101-40ME4 Micro-RF test switch connector. The 15K101-40ME4 Micro-RF test switch is an ultra-miniature (1.8 mm x 1.9 mm, height 1.5 mm), low-cost, surface mount, coax "switch” connector for the verification of antenna/circuit performance in any kind of small device.


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Two SiC Transistors: T1G4004532-FL / T1G4004532-FS

SiC-transistorsRFMW Ltd. announces design and sales support fortwo 45 W GaN on SiC transistors from TriQuint. The T1G4004532-FL (flanged) and T1G4004532-FS (earless) are wideband, DC to 3.5 GHz devices offering 17 dB of gain, nearly twice that of competing GaN devices. Both transistors are input matched for S-band operation and operate from a 32 V supply.


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High linearity DVGA from RFMW

 RFMW, Ltd. announces design and sales support forthe TQC9305, a 0.7 to 3.6GHz Digitally controlled,Variable Gain Amplifier (DVGA) from TriQuint. The TQC9305 features a shutdown pin function for TDD applications and offers 40dBm OIP3 for linear operation.  


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Low Noise Amplifier/Gain Block: TQL9044

TQL9044RFMW Ltd. announces design and sales support for a unique low noise amplifier/gain block. TriQuint’s TQL9044 offers market leading 0.6 dB noise figure from 1.5 to 4 GHz. Integrated bypass modes allow circuit designers the ability to control both LNA shutdown and internal bypass switching. Three modes are available: LNA off, bypass off; bypass on, LNA off; bypass off, LNA on.


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SP4T Switch: PE42442

PE42442RFMW Ltd. announces design and sales support for Peregrine Semiconductor’s SP4T switch, PE42442. The PE42442 offers the best combination of high isolation and low insertion loss for a 50 ohm absorptive SP4T with 52 dB isolation and 1.15 dB insertion loss at 2.7 GHz. Operating with supply voltages as low as 2.3 V, the PE42442 maintains a +58 dBm IIP3.


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RFMW offers 2-6 GHz 100 W limiter

RFMW, Ltd. announces design and sales support for a wideband GaAs VPIN limiter capable of protecting sensitive components against high power incident signals. The TriQuint TGL2205-SM operates from 2 to 6 GHz with low insertion loss of less than 0.6 dB. It can limit up to 100 W incident pulsed-power with a low flat leakage of less than 16.5 dBm. The TGL2205-SM die has a protective surface passivation layer that provides enhanced environmental robustness. The TGL2205-SM does not require DC bias and is available in a 4 x 4 mm QFN package allowing simple integration with minimal impact to system performance. TriQuint's TGL2205-SM is well suited for both commercial and defense related applications.


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GaAs VPIN Limiter: TGL2205-SM

TGL2205-SMRFMW Ltd. announces design and sales support for a wideband GaAs VPIN limiter capable of protecting sensitive components against high power incident signals. The TriQuint TGL2205-SM operates from 2 to 6 GHz with low insertion loss of less than 0.6 dB. It can limit up to 100 W incident pulsed-power with a low flat leakage of less than 16.5 dBm.


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GaN Cascode Amplifier: TGA2216-SM

TGA2216-SMRFMW Ltd. announces design and sales support forTriQuint's TGA2216-SM GaN, cascode amplifier operating from 0.1 to 3 GHz. The cascode configuration offers exceptional wideband performance as well as supporting 40 V operation. The TGA2216-SM is ideally suited to support both radar and communication applications across defense and commercial markets as well as electronic warfare.


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