Atlanta Micro has released a new bypassable amplifier, the AM1101, and a reflective SP4T switch, the AM6032. 

AM1101 is a broadband bypassable amplifier covering the 2 GHz to 26.5 GHz frequency range. The device exhibits low noise figure and low gain across the entire frequency range while drawing only 100 mW of power. Packaged in a 3 mm QFN with an integrated amplifier bypass path and internal 50 Ω matching, the AM1101 represents a dramatic size reduction over a discrete implementation of a bypassable amplifier.

AM6032 is a reflective single-pole four-throw (SP4T) switch covering the DC to 26.5 GHz frequency range suited for a wide range of wireless applications.

The AM6032 provides low insertion loss, flat frequency response, high isolation and linearity, and fast switching speed making this switch ideal for high frequency, low power transmit/receive applications. The AM6032 requires only a single positive supply and two positive control voltages. With internal 50 Ω matching, internal decoder circuitry, and low current draw all packaged in a 4 mm QFN, the AM6032 represents a compact total PCB footprint with minimal size, weight and power.