MPG Switch line of High Power RF & Microwave Switches fit applications where electromechanical switches fail to meet the size, cost and speed of project specifications. At microwave frequencies, a high power switch acts as a current-controlled resistor, allowing current to flow in a single direction. When forward biased, the switch relay behaves as a closed circuit, but when the current is reverse biased, the RF switch becomes an open circuit.
High Power Coaxial Switch configurations includes double pole three throw (DP3T) with the following actuators: failsafe and latching.
MPG's High Power Coaxial Switches route RF signals over a broad bandwidth from DC to 40+ GHz
Our High Power Coaxial Switches support maximum VSWR ranging from 1.1 to 1.95 with minimum isolation ranges from 55 dB to 90 dB and a max insertion loss from .1 dB to .8 dB, depending on configuration and frequency.
Offering low insertion loss and fast switching, a high power coaxial switch is a good fit for multiple markets, including aerospace electronic warfare, radar space automated test equipment (ATE) communications
Coaxial Switches support maximum VSWR ranging from 1.1 to 1.95 with minimum isolation ranges from 55 dB to 90 dB and a max insertion loss from .1 dB to .8 dB, depending on configuration and frequency.
Coaxial Switches route RF signals over a broad bandwidth from DC to 26+ GHz
Across the MPG facilities, engineers utilize in-house machine shops equipped with modern technology and machinery to design and manufacture to exacting customer specifications. Our Switches can be found anywhere that quality is valued, including some of the most challenging aerospace, military, commercial and space applications.
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