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LM501202-M-C-300
PIN Diode Limiter
The LM501202-M-C-300 Surface Mount Silicon PIN Diode Limiter is manufactured using MACOM's proven hybrid manufacturing process incorporating PIN Diodes and passive devices integrated within a ceramic substrate. This low profile, compact, surface mount component, ( 8mm L x 5mm W x 2.5 mm H ) offers superior low and high signal performance to comparable MMIC devices in QFN packages. The Limiter Modules are designed to optimize small signal insertion loss, (N.F.) and high signal flat leakage performance in a compact, surface mount package from 0.5-2.0 GHz. Using PIN Diodes with lower thermal resistance ( < 15 ºC/W ), RF C.W. incident power levels of +45 dBm and RF peak incident power levels of +53 dBm @ 1µS RF pulse width, 0.1% duty cycle are very achievable. In addition, this design concept provides lower flat leakage power ( < +21 dBm ) and lower spike leakage energy ( < 0.3 Ergs ) for superior LNA protection.
Features
  • Surface Mount Limiter in Compact Outline: 8mm L x 5mm W x 2.5 mm H
  • Higher Average Power Handling than Plastic ( 30 W C.W Power )
  • Higher Peak Power Handling than Plastic ( 200 W Peak Power )
  • Incorporates PIN Limiter Diodes, D.C. Blocks & D.C. Return
  • RoHS Compliant
  • Lower Insertion Loss ( 0.4 dB ) & Lower Flat Leakage Power ( 21 dBm )
Applications
  • Commercial Environments
  • Military Environment
Specifications
  • Min Frequency: 500 MHz
  • Max Frequency: 2,000 MHz
  • Insertion Loss: 0.4 dB
  • Peak Power: 30 W
  • Leakage: 126 mW
  • Recovery Time: 500 ns
Package
  • Flangless Ceramic Package
Package Category
  • Surface Mount
ROHS
  • Yes
Part Number Package MACOM Richardson RFPD DigiKey Mouser Richardson Electronics
LM501202-M-C-300-R
Module, Limiter, Surface Mount, CS300
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LM501202-M-C-300-T
Module, Limiter, Surface Mount, CS300, Tube
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