The CMD195 is a broadband non-reflective GaAs RF / Microwave MMIC SPDT switch in die form. The CMD195 covers DC to 20 GHz and offers a low insertion loss of 2 dB and high isolation of 37 dB as well as positive gain slope. The positive gain slope feature allows for several switches to be cascaded together without the need for gain equalization circuitry. The CMD195 switch MMIC die operates using complementary control voltage logic lines of 0/-5 V and requires no bias supply.
Released – for new design
|Freq (GHz)||DC - 20|
|Insert. Loss (dB)||2|
|Input P1dB (dBm)||25|
|Return Loss (dB)||17|
|Switch Speed (ns)||1.8|
|Control Voltage (v)||0 / -5|
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