RF Switches

9553 RF Switches from 67 manufacturers listed on everything RF
Switches from the leading manufacturers are listed below. Use the filters to narrow down on products based on your requirement. Download Datasheets, Compare products and Request Quotations. Your Inquiry will be directed to the manufacturer and their distributors who will get back to you with a quote.
Description: 10 W Reflective SP3T Switch from 9 to 10 GHz
Type:
Solid State
Configuration:
SP3T
Frequency:
9 to 10 GHz
Insertion Loss:
2.5 to 2.7 dB
Isolation:
45 dB
Package Type:
Module with Connectors
more info
Description: 20 to 6000 MHz, SPDT Switch for Military, Commercial Applications
Type:
Solid State
Configuration:
SPDT
Application Industry:
Military, Commercial
Frequency:
20 MHz to 6 GHz
Insertion Loss:
2.5 to 5.5 dB
Isolation:
55 dB
P1dB:
26 dBm
Package Type:
Module with Connectors
more info
Description: 700 MHz to 6 GHz High-Power Receiver Protection RF Switch
Type:
Solid State
Configuration:
SPDT
Application Industry:
Wireless Infrastructure
Application:
LTE
Frequency:
700 MHz to 6 GHz
Isolation:
34 to 43 dB
Package Type:
Surface Mount
more info
Description: 2.5 W SPDT RF Switch from 5 to 6000 MHz
Type:
Solid State
Configuration:
SPDT
Application Industry:
Test & Measurement, Wireless / Communication, Mili...
Frequency:
5 to 6000 MHz
Insertion Loss:
0.4 dB
Isolation:
68 dB
Package Type:
Chip
more info
Description: 0 to 21 Ghz, SPDT Switch for Military, Commercial Applications
Type:
Solid State
Configuration:
SPDT
Application Industry:
Military, Commercial
Frequency:
DC to 21 GHz
Insertion Loss:
1.5 dB
Isolation:
63 dB
P1dB:
22 dBm
Package Type:
Module with Connectors, Surface Mount
more info
Description: Absorptive SPDT PIN Diode Switch Operating From 4 GHz to 8 GHz Up to +20 dBm and Field Replaceable SMA
Type:
Solid State
Configuration:
SPDT
Application Industry:
Military, Commercial, SATCOM, Wireless / Communica...
Frequency:
4 to 8 GHz
Insertion Loss:
1.9 dB
Isolation:
70 dB
Package Type:
Module with Connectors
more info
Description: DC to 26.5 GHz, Electro-Mechanical, DPDT, Transfer Switch
Type:
Electro-Mechanical
Configuration:
DPDT, Transfer Switch
Frequency:
DC to 26.5 GHz
Insertion Loss:
0.2 to 0.7 dB
Isolation:
50 to 80 dB
Package Type:
Module with Connectors
more info
Description: AlGaAs SP3T PIN Diode Switch from 75 GHz to 100 GHz
Type:
Solid State
Configuration:
SP3T
Application Industry:
Military, SATCOM
Application Type:
Radar
Frequency:
75 to 100 GHz
Insertion Loss:
1.3 dB
Isolation:
33 dB
Package Type:
Die
more info
Description: SP5T Non-reflective Switch from DC to 18 GHz
Type:
Solid State
Configuration:
SP5T
Application Industry:
Test & Measurement, Military, Wireless / Communica...
Frequency:
DC to 18 GHz
Insertion Loss:
2.5 dB
Isolation:
40 dB
Package Type:
Surface Mount
more info
Description: 0.4 to 5.9 GHz DPDT Low Insertion Loss/High Isolation Switch
Type:
Solid State
Configuration:
DPDT
Application Industry:
Wireless / Communication
Application Type:
Cellular
Application:
LTE, GSM
Frequency:
400 MHz to 5.9 GHz
Insertion Loss:
0.27 dB
Isolation:
30 dB
P1dB:
39.5 dBm
Package Type:
Surface Mount
more info

RF Switch Basics & Selection

An RF Switch is a device that is used to route high frequency signals through one or more signal paths. Switches are available in a number of configurations which specify the number of input and output signal paths. Switches are used in almost every RF and Microwave system from mobile devices to test and measurement equipment.

Selecting RF Switches

When selecting a RF switches it is important to know the parameters that you need to specify. Below are a list of the key parameters to look out for when selecting a switch:

Type: There are a few types of RF and microwave switches – Solid State Switches, Pin-Diode Switches, Electro-Mechanical Switches and USB Controlled Switches.

Configuration: This is the parameter which specifies the number of input and output paths the switch will regulate. Some examples of switch configurations are Single Pole Double Throw (SPDT or SP2T) which means there is one input and two available output signal paths. The number of “Throws” can be 3,4,5,6…n – which is the number of output paths that the signal can be routed to. If the configuration is Double Pole N Throw – This means that there are two input routing paths and n number of output paths.

Insertion Loss: The signal lost from the input to the output of the switch after routing is called insertion loss.

Isolation: The isolation is a measure of how much of the signal gets to one of the non-active signal paths in a switch.

Power: This is the power level that the switch can handle while maintaining its electrical characteristics.

everything RF has the largest database of RF & Microwave switches from the leading manufacturers. There are over 10,000 switches listed and they have been standardized and added to the RF databased through which they have been made searchable by parameters. Use the filters provided to narrow down on products from over 50 Manufacturers. Download datasheets, compare products across companies and request quotations. Quotation request will be directed to the manufacturer and relevant distributors who will get back to the user directly.

Need Help?

Need Help?

x
Let us know what you need, we can help find products that meet your requirement.