NEC's UPG2150T5L SP3T (Single Pole Triple Throw) switch isolates Bluetooth from 802.11b/g for designs that require transceivers that combine Bluetooth, WLAN, and Short Range Wireless capability.
With 35dB isolation at one of its ports, the GaAs MMIC switch offers a unique solution to this design issue. It operates at 0.5 to 2.5GHz and is housed in a new, miniature low profile 12 pin TSQFN package.
The UPG2150T5L SP3T provides flexibility for size-constrained designs such as thin PCM cards and modules. It is 2mm square and 0.37mm high: a 55% smaller footprint and a 58% reduction in height over industry-standard 3x3x0.9mm QFN packages.
Key specifications include:
- Configuration: SP3T
- Operating Frequency: 0.5 to 2.5 GHz
- Insertion Loss: 0.5 dB typ @ 2.5 GHz
- Input to Output Isolation: 18 dB typ @ 2.5 GHz (Antenna to RF1, RF2); 35 dB @ 2.5 GHz (Antenna to RF3)
- P1dB: +31 dBm typ @ 2.85V (Antenna to RF1, RF2); +25 dBm typ @ 2.85V (Antenna to RF3)
Samples are available now from California Eastern Laboratories. The UPG2150T5L is priced at 55 cents in 100K quantities. To help speed circuit design, CEL offers evaluation boards through its network of sales offices and from Mouser Electronics.
For a data sheet, visit www.cel.com/pdf/datasheets/uPG2150T5L.pdf.
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