Details, datasheet, quote on part number: SW-121PIN
CategoryPower Management => AC-DC Controllers/Converters => High & Low Side Switch
DescriptionSPST RF Switch 10 - 1000 MHZ
CompanyM/A-COM, Inc.
DatasheetDownload SW-121PIN datasheet
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Features, Applications
Low Loss 0.5 dB Typical High Isolation 60 dB Typical Integral TTL Driver Hermetic Package

(Positive Voltage Only) Dimensions ( ) are in mm. Unless Otherwise ± 0.010 (.xx ± 0.02 (.x ± 0.5) WEIGHT (APPROX): 0.14 OUNCES 4 GRAMS

* All specifications apply when operated with bias voltages of +12 VDC and -5 VDC 5%) and 50 ohm impedance at all RF ports.


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