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MASW-000825-12770T
HMIC PIN Diode 20W
The MASW-000825-12770T is a compact SP2T PIN diode switch in a lead-free 3mm MLP plastic package that offers extraordinary performance with excellent isolation to loss ratio for both TX and RX states. The SP2T provides outstanding 20 W C.W. power handling coupled with 64 dBm IIP3 for maximum switch performance. The MASW-000825-12770T is a 0.05 - 6.0GHz SP2T High Peak and Average Power PIN diode switch used for T/R or LNA Protect Switch applications such as WiMAX and TDSCDMA. This device incorporates a PIN diode die fabricated with MACOM's patented Silicon-Glass HMIC™ process. This chip features two silicon pedestals embedded in a low loss, low dispersion glass. The diodes are formed on the top of each pedestal. The topside is fully encapsulated with silicon nitride and has an additional polymer passivation layer. These polymer protective coatings prevent damage and contamination during handling and assembly.
Features
  • Exceptional Broadband Performance, 0.05 - 6.0 GHz
  • Surface Mount 3mm PQFN Package
  • Suitable for High Power TD-SCDMA & WiMAX Applications
  • Higher IIP3: > 64 dBm (Tx-Ant Port )
  • High RF C.W. Input Power: 20 W C.W. (Tx-Ant Port)
  • Rx = 27 dB Avg @ 3500 MHz
  • High Isolation: Rx = 31.0 dB Avg @ 2025 MHz
  • Tx = 0.38 dB Avg @ 3500 MHz, 35mA
  • Low Loss: Tx = 0.24 dB Avg @ 2025 MHz, 35mA
  • RoHS* Compliant
  • 260°C Reflow Compatible
Applications
  • ISM
  • Wireless Networking and Communication
Specifications
  • Min Frequency: 50 MHz
  • Max Frequency: 6,000 MHz
  • Insertion Loss : 0.3 dB
  • Isolation: 35 dB
  • IIP3: 64 dBm
  • CW Incident Power: 20 W
Package
  • 3mm PQFN-16LD
Package Category
  • Plastic Surface Mount
ROHS
  • Yes
Part Number Package MACOM Richardson RFPD DigiKey Mouser Richardson Electronics
MASW-000825-12770T
20W TDS-CDMA HIGH POWER T/R SWITCH, 3mm
3MM PQFN-16LD
In Stock: 23
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