|MM5130||SP4T||DC–26 GHz||1.3 dB||95 dBm||1.2 Ω||15 fF||18 dB||25 W||<10 µs||>3B cycles||Direct Drive||89 V||2.5 x 2.5 mm WL-CSP|
|MM5600||DPDT||DC–20 GHz/40 Gbps||2.5 dB||95 dBm||1.2 Ω||10 fF||23 dB||2 W||<10 µs||>3B cycles||Parallel||89 V||8 x 8 mm LGA|
|MM5120||SP4T||DC–12 GHz||0.7 dB||95 dBm||1.2 Ω||TBD||22 dB||25 W||<10 µs||>3B cycles||SPI/GPIO||5 V||5.2 x 4.2 mm LGA|
|MM3100||SPST||DC–3 GHz||0.3 dB||85 dBm||1.0 Ω||90 fF||25 dB||25 W||<10 µs||>3B cycles||SPI||79 V||6 x 6 mm BGA|
The MM5130 is the world’s first generally available high-power RF SP4T Ideal Switch.
It can handle 25 W forward power while providing ultra-low insertion loss. It has superior linearity from 26 GHz down to DC and performs more than 3 billion switching cycles.
The four switch channels are individually controllable by applying voltage to the corresponding RF GATE pin.
The MM5600 is a DPDT switch that can operate up to 40 Gbps and is perfect for high-speed differential signal switching.
The MM5600’s integrated driver can be controlled by a serial-to-parallel interface that drives the high voltage gate lines of the switches. The design also offers a considerable 94% reduction in size when compared to conventional EM relay solutions.
The MM5120 is the world’s first generally available high-power RF SP4T Ideal Switch.
This new innovative technology platform enables robust and highly reliable switches capable of >25 W CW power handling at 6.0 GHz. The MM5120 provides ultra-low insertion loss and superior linearity from DC to 12 GHz with >3 billion switching cycles guaranteed at +85 °C.
The MM5120 features an integrated charge pump and driver circuit with SPI or GPIO interface control options.
The MM3100 is the world’s first generally available high power, normally open, six channel Single Pole Single Throw (SPST) micro-mechanical switch for RF and microwave switch applications
It can handle 25 W forward power while providing ultra-low insertion loss. It has superior linearity from 3 GHz down to DC and performs more than 3 billion switching cycles.
Each switch channel can be individually controlled by a standard Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) synchronous bus