SiC MOSFET Power Modules
These Microsemi SiC power modules offers multiple advantages, including high-speed switching, low switching losses, low input capacitance, low drive requirements, low profile, minimum parasitic inductance, lower system cost, and increased reliability. Available in a range of package options.
GaN CATV Amplifier for DOCSIS 3.1
Anadigics' ACA2429 is a 50-1218 MHz GaN power doubler amplifier for DOCSIS 3.1 CATV HFC distribution systems. It provides +58 to +59 dBmV Pout and 25 dB of gain at 15.5 dB tilt @ 24V/430mA, and is packaged in a 10x10mm SOIC-16.
40W and 100W SPDT GaN Switches
TriQuint’s TGS2354-SM and TGS2355-SM cover 0.5-6 GHz with 40W power handling in a 4x4mm QFN, and 100W power handling in a 5x5mm QFN, respectively. They provide insertion loss of <1.1 dB and >25 dB isolation, and are ideal for high power switching applications in both defense and commercial platforms. These switches are also available in die form.
GPS Helix Antennas
Built on Maxtena’s proprietary Helicore® technology, which provides exceptional pattern control, polarization purity and high efficiency in a compact form factor, these new GPS Helix antennas are rugged high-performance passive antennas designed for the GPS L1 band in screw-on designs and featuring integrated SMA connectors.
GPS/GLONASS High Rejection Antennas
This new series of antennas from PCTEL provide great reception on both GPS and GLONASS frequencies for network time synchronization. Their high rejection design makes them ideal for small cells and other LTE base stations, where cellular network signals might otherwise interfere with the acquisition of critical network timing information.
1700V, 300A, 8mOhm SiC Module
Cree’s CAS300M17BM2 features ultra-low loss, high-frequency operation, zero reverse recovery current from diode, zero turn-off tail current from MOSFET, fail-safe device operation, ease of paralleling, and a copper baseplate and aluminum nitride insulator.