For optimum operation of ADGM1304 it's recommended to add 10M ohm resistors on all RF nodes to avoid any floating which may cause unreliable actuation and also we don't recommend to connect cap directly to the ADGM1304 as cap holds the charge…
ADGM1304 RF MEMS
ADGM1004 has ESD diodes at its RFx & RFC pins when compared to ADGM1304 (which doesn't have).
1. Then shouldn't the leakage at RFx & RFC pins in ADGM1004 be higher when compared with ADGM1304. But according to the data sheet, both…
Unfortunately ADG919 can only able to pass 0.5V DC only. I want to recommend ADGM1304 or ADGM1004 to serve your purpose. ADGM1304 and ADGM1004 are SP4T MEMS switches operational from 0Hz/DC to 14GHz and 13GHz respectively. The main difference…
Yes you can use Iso-Propyl Alcohol for cleaning the PCB. Please do not leave the board for long time (I mean for hours) in IPA, use IPA it for cleaning only.
ADGM1304 is only qualified to pass 36dbm maximum RF power. Unfortunately I cannot suggest you any alternative specification for max RF power as passing more than 36dBm RF power will impact the lifetime of the ADGM1304.
To buy ADGM1304 MEMS switch, you need to go on the product page of ADGM1304, and there is a contact ADI button under the order section in the product page. After clicking contact ADI button you can submit your customer service request and our…
After learned , I don't know why need to have VCP pin ?
When will I use to this pin , connect it to 80V, and there is any advantage ? Or when have to use it?
Sorry for the delayed response.
ADG9xx series switches can only pass DC voltage up to 0.5V DC and they don't operate on negative voltage.
I would like to recommend ADGM1304 SP4T MEMS switch which is operation from 0Hz/DC to 14GHz and can…
ADGM1304 is SP4T MEMS switch which is operation from 0Hz/DC upto 14GHz. Its very small size it is packaged in 24 lead 5mm x 4mm x 0.95mm LFCSP package. This switch should solve your problem.
We have two MEMS switch released ADGM1304 and ADGM1004…