PMI Intros 2-18 GHz, 1P6T, Absorptive, Low Video Transient, Solid State Switch
February 12, 2014 Press Release
PMI Model No. P6T-2G18G-60-T-512-SFF-LV is a single
pole, six throw, absorptive, low video transient, solid state switch operating over the frequency
range of 2.0 to 18.0 GHz. This model has a maximum insertion loss of 4.0dB and a minimum
isolation specification of 60 dB with video transients of 2mV typically. It operates at
23 dBm CW maximum and has a survival specification of 27 dBm CW maximum and offers
a typical switching speed of 30 ns. The unit is supplied with removable SMA(F) connectors
in a hermetically sealed housing that measures 1.5" x 2.0" x 0.4".
Planar Monolithics Industries
Planar Monolithics provides its unique products for
applications in space, military, communications, telecommunications, commercial, and consumer
electronics systems. Planar Monolithics Industries, Inc. has been set up to manufacture and
market various MIC/MMIC (Microwave Integrated Circuits and Monolithics Microwave Integrated
Circuits) Components, Supercomponents, and Subsystems for applications in Telecommunications,
Terrestrial, Satellite, and Mobile-Radio Communications, Defense (ECM, ECCM, ESM, Radars, and
Electronic Warfare), Cable-TV, Navigation and Marine Electronics, FAA/DOT-Avionics, Ground Based
Systems, and Microwave Landing Systems.
Planar Monolithics Industries Inc.
Frederick, Maryland 21704, USA
Phone: (301) 662-5019
Posted February 12, 2014
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