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75 Ω, High Linearity, Low Noise CATV Amplifier

MACOM's MAAM-011251 is a single-ended high linearity, low noise figure amplifier operating from 5 to 1218 MHz. It is assembled in a 3-lead SOT-89 plastic package and provides 15 dB of flat gain in both forward- and reverse-path applications.



MEMS Switches with Integrated Drivers

ADI's ADGM1304 and ADGM1004 RF MEMS switches are 95% smaller, 30 times faster, 10 times more reliable, and use 10 times less power than conventional electromechanical relays, extending automatic test equipment system operating life and reducing costly downtime caused by relay failures.



Wi-Fi and Bluetooth Combo Modules

The BX Series of Wi-Fi and Bluetooth combo modules from Sierra Wireless offer built-in cloud services and security features. They are ideal for industrial IoT applications that need to connect to the cloud, including equipment monitoring, smart city and healthcare applications, as well as cellular-enabled asset tracking and in-vehicle connectivity.



1200 V, 40 mΩ SiC N-Channel Power MOSFET

Microsemi's next-generation 1200 V, 40 Ohm SiC MOSFET, the MSC040SMA120B, is highly avalanche-rated, with the ruggedness needed for industrial, automotive and commercial aviation power applications, and it offers a high short circuit withstand rating for robust operation.



The Preferred Interconnect Solution for PCIe Gen 4

HUBER+SUHNER Minibend L is the preferred interconnect solution for PCIe Gen 4 (transfer rate of 16 GT/s, up to 16 GHz). Minibend L assemblies offer low loss, increased phase stability, bend-to-the-end tight bending, and absolute phase-matched assemblies.



High-Power Receiver Protection RF Switch

The PE42823 from pSemi is a reflective SPDT switch designed for use in high-power and high-performance wireless infrastructure applications. Covering 700 MHz to 6 GHz, it delivers single-event peak power handling of +51 dBm LTE, low power consumption of 120 µA and exceptional linearity performance across the frequency range.