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PIN Diode Waveguide Switches

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PIN Diode Waveguide SwitchesThe single-pole, single-throw (SPST) and double-pole, double-throw (DPDT) millimeter line of E- and W-band PIN diode waveguide switches from Pasternack Enterprises Inc. feature reflective designs that operate over an ultra-broadband frequency range with fast switching performance.

The devices are ideal for telecommunications, test instrumentation, research and development, and radar front-end applications that may involve general switching, receiver protection, pulse modulation and antenna beam switching. The PIN diode waveguide switches consist of four models with fully integrated WR10 and WR12 waveguide ports covering popular E-band and W-band frequencies. Switch circuits integrate low-loss Fin-line assemblies with high-performance GaAs beam-lead diodes that result in 4-dB typical insertion loss, >25 dB of Isolation and a fast switching speed of < 300 nsec.

Rugged MIL-grade compact package configurations combine both switch and control module packages and offer maximum performance and reliability over a full temperature range of −55 to 85 °C.

Photonics Spectra
Dec 2017

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