• ADRF5160

    Hello,

    ADRF5160 is rated for 88W peak power during off position. In my design, this part will see 100W peak power during OFF position? Is there any risk using this part which is only rated for 88W? Has Analog devices conducted any test with 100W peak…

  • ADRF5160 unexpected I.L

    Hello ,

    As part of our new design , we planned on using the ADRF5160 EVB.

    from the DS and the S3P, it seems like the I.L should be 0.7dB for 3.5GHz (maximum of 1dB).

    from our inspection , the I.L is around 4.7dB for 3.5Ghz. as we going lower with the…

  • the power reflections from the RFC pin of ADRF5160 during switching

    Hi,

    This technical query is regarding the product ADRF5160-EVALZ-ND (evaluation board for RF switch ADRF5160).

    We Intend to use the switch as described below.

    1) an input signal (generated from a signal generator in our case) is applied at the RFC terminal…

  • RE: About the HMC646 Power Handling

    Hi Sinan,

    We broadcast in 2.5ms with a 1.5ms pulse width. In other words, 100W (peak power) is open only in the 1.5ms region.

    I will consider ADRF5160, thanks for recommendation. 

    BR,

    Gozde

  • RE: High and Medium Power RF Switches (70MHz-6GHz)

    Hi,

    ADRF5130, ADRF5132, ADRF5160 are our high power (>20 W peak) SPDT switches in SOI process. Unfortunately none of them could handle the power level in wide frequency range of your application.

    Best.

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