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New Products at MILCOM

Wed, 11/09/2011 - 11:55am

M/A-COM Technology Solutions, a leading supplier of high performance analog semiconductor solutions, introduced the MASW-000932, a new High Power SPDT switch, and the MADR-010574, a 250 V PIN Diode Driver at MILCOM 2011 in Boston. 

“M/A-COM Tech’s new high power SPDT switch and 250 V PIN Driver products offer high power handling capability in a small plastic package.” said Kevin Harrington, Product Manager. “These products offer the superior performance required for military communication and public safety radios.”

The MASW-000932 is a HMIC 80Watt SPDT switch ranging from 1 MHz to 4000 MHz. Packaged in a surface mount 4mm PQFN package, this compact SPDT switch offers wideband performance with excellent isolation to loss ratio for both TX and RX state. With high isolation and low insertion loss, the MASW-000932 is suitable for high power military radio applications as well as LTE, TD-SCDMA and WiMAX applications.

The table below outlines typical part number performance:

Parameters

Units

MASW-000932

 

 

Frequency

MHz

1 - 4000

Tx Insertion Loss

dB

0.25

Rx Insertion Loss

dB

0.60

Tx Isolation

dB

14.00

Rx Isolation

dB

43.00

 

 

 

Production quantities and samples of MASW-000932 are available from stock. Final datasheets and additional product information can be obtained from the M/A-COM Tech website at: www.macomtech.com

Also featured at the MILCOM Show is the 250 V PIN Diode Driver that is scheduled for release in early 2012. Packaged in a convenient 7mm PQFN package, the MADR-010574 features 50 V to 250 V reverse bias voltage and up to 170 mA of forward current bias. With built in CMOS ASIC technology, the driver biases four diodes simultaneously. The MADR-010574 biases all high voltage diodes, including M/A-COM Tech’s MELF diodes and KV series diodes. The driver is well-suited for demanding, high-performance applications such as military communication and public safety radios.

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