RF Switch by Menlo Micro (4 more products)

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The MM3100 from Menlo Micro is a Six-Channel, Normally Open (NO), Single Pole Single Throw (SPST) Micro-Mechanical Switch that operates from DC to 3 GHz. It is based on Menlo’s Ideal Switch technology and is capable of 25 W power transfer. Each channel provides an ultra-low on-state insertion loss of 0.3 dB and high off-state isolation of 25 dB. It has a switching time of less than 10 µs and delivers greater than 3 billion switching cycles.

Each channel can be individually controlled by a serial-to-parallel interface that drives the gate lines of the switches. The flexibility of six SPST switches enable the implementation of different signal topologies such as dual SP3T, triple SP2T, or 2 x 3 matrix. It requires only an external logic supply and gate bias source for operation.

The MM3100 is available in a BGA package that measures 6 x 6 mm and is ideal for use in high-power tunable resonators and filters, broadband power amplifier impedance matching, electronically steerable antennas, and phase shifters, and automated test and measurement systems in various markets such as defense and aerospace, scientific and medical equipment, and wireless infrastructure.

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Product Details

  • Part Number
  • Manufacturer
    Menlo Micro
  • Description
    6-Channel SPST Micro-Mechanical Switch from DC to 3 GHz

General Parameters

  • Type
    Solid State
  • Configuration
  • Application Industry
    Aerospace & Defense, Medical Equipment, Wireless Infrastructure
  • Application Type
  • Frequency
    DC to 3 GHz
  • Insertion Loss
    0.3 dB
  • Isolation
    25 dB
  • Power
    53.01 to 53.01 dBm
  • Power
    25 W (CW) / 200 W (Pulsed)
  • IIP3
    85 dB
  • IIP3 (W)
    316 kW
  • Supply Voltage
    7.7 V
  • Switching Speed
    10 us
  • Package Type
    Surface Mount
  • Dimension
    6 x 6 mm
  • Operating Temperature
    -40 to 85 Degree C
  • Storage Temperature
    -65 to 150 Degree C
  • Grade

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