Skyworks' New Wi-Fi, Bluetooth®, ZigBee® RF Switches
August 23, 2016
Skyworks is pleased
to introduce two new Wi-Fi switches that are ideal for WLAN networks, repeaters, ISM band radios, Bluetooth®
systems, smartphones, and connectivity modules. The
SKY13585-679LF is a single-pole, double-throw (SPDT) switch intended for 1 to 6
GHz applications. Using advanced switching technologies, this switch maintains low insertion loss and
high isolation for all switching paths. The
SKY13586-678LF is a single-pole, triple-throw (SP3T) antenna switch for 2.4 GHz
Wi-Fi applications. These devices offer wide 3 to 5 volt supply range and are compatible with 1.8 or
3.3V control logic. They require fewer control signals from industry-standard SP2T and SP3T solutions
and include integrated DC blocking capacitors, so no external DC blocking capacitors are required. They
also feature high-linearity performance and low insertion loss, making them an ideal choice for transmit/receive
applications. The switches are available in ultra-miniature 1x1 and 1.1 x 1.1 packages (6-or 8-pin),
saving precious application board space and cost for OEMs.
Skyworks Solutions, Inc. is empowering the wireless networking revolution. Our highly innovative
analog semiconductors are connecting people, places and things spanning a number of new and previously
unimagined applications within the automotive, broadband, cellular infrastructure, connected home, industrial,
medical, military, smartphone, tablet and wearable markets.
Headquartered in Woburn, Massachusetts, Skyworks is a global company with engineering, marketing,
operations, sales, and service facilities located throughout Asia, Europe and North America. For more
information, please visit Skyworks' website at: www.skyworksinc.com.
Tami Stegmaier Sr. Mgr. Corporate Communications Skyworks Solutions, Inc. (SWKS) 5221 California
Ave Irvine, CA 92617 Phone: 949-231-4207 E-Mail:
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