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M/A-COM Tyco DR65-0003 PIN Diode Driver SPDT QTY 530 - RF Cafe Forums

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 Post subject: M/A-COM Tyco DR65-0003 PIN Diode Driver SPDT QTY 530
Posted: Mon Dec 22, 2008 1:52 pm 
 
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M/A-COM's DR65-003 is a SPDT driver used to interface between TTL logic signals and PIN diode based microwave switches. High-speed analog CMOS technology is used to achieve low power consumption at moderate speeds. Low output resistances allow it to develop high output current spikes to ensure fast switching speeds. The complementary output stages are structured so it can be used as an inverting or non-inverting driver for SPST switches, or as a single input, complementary driver for SPDT switches. The monolithic die is packaged in a SO-8, plastic surface mount package and is available in tape and reel packaging for high volume applications. The DR65-0003 is ideally suited for driving M/A-COM’s line of HMIC switches.

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