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MAAV-007091-000100
Voltage Variable Absorptive
MACOM's MAAV-007091-000100 is a PIN diode based voltage variable attenuator. This device is in a 6mm square, 28 lead, plastic CSP package, suitable for surface mounting on PCBs. These attenuators have linear operating power and input intercept point levels 15 - 20 dB better than GaAs FET MMIC voltage variable attenuators. They are ideally suited for use where low distortion, high linear operating power and high dynamic range are required. These devices are optimized for the PCS and UMTS frequency bands, but exhibit excellent performance and repeatability over the entire specified frequency band. The MAAV-007091-000100 is ideally suited for wireless communications systems.
Features
  • Input IP3: +31 dBm Min (Full Attenuation Range)
  • 260°C Reflow Compatible
  • Halogen-Free “Green” Mold Compound
  • 100% Matte Tin Plating over Copper
  • Tape and Reel Packaging Available
  • Test Boards are Available
  • Linear Driver, MADR-007098-000100, Available
  • 50 ohm Impedance
  • Single Control Voltage
  • 35 dB Dynamic Range (With 30 mA Bias Current)
  • Plastic, 28 Lead, 6 mm CSP, SMT Package
  • Linear Operation: +20 dBm Typ.
  • Input IP3 is 15 -20 dB Better than GaAs
  • RoHS* Compliant Version of MAAVCC0002
Applications
  • Aerospace and Defense
  • ISM
Specifications
  • Min Frequency: 1,700 MHz
  • Max Frequency: 2,200 MHz
  • Insertion Loss: 2.9 dB
  • Attenuator Range: 33 dB
  • Switching 10 - 90%: 3 us
  • IIP3: 31 dBm
Package
  • 6mm PQFN-28LD
Package Category
  • Plastic Surface Mount
Marking
  • AV00709101
Lead Finish
  • 100% matte tin plate followed by a post-plating annealing of 1 hr at 150 C
ROHS
  • Yes
Part Number Package MACOM Richardson RFPD DigiKey Mouser
MAAV-007091-000100
Voltage Variable Absorptive Attenuator.
CSP-8 Inquire
MAAV-007091-0001TR
Tape and Reel, Variable Attenuator.
CSP-8 Inquire

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