TGP2107-SM

    6 - 18 GHz 6-Bit Digital Phase Shifter (-Vc)

    Key Features

    • Frequency range: 6 - 18 GHz
    • 6-bit digital phase shifter
    • 360° coverage, LSB = 5.625°
    • RMS phase error: 5°
    • RMS amplitude error: 0.55 dB
    • Insertion loss: < 10 dB
    • Return loss: > 12 dB
    • Input P1dB: > 25 dBm
    • Input IP3: > 41 dBm
    • Control voltage: 0/+5 V
    • Package dimensions: 5.0 x 5.0 x 1.45 mm

    Qorvo's TGP2107-SM is a packaged 6-bit digital phase shifter, fabricated on Qorvo's high performance 0.15um GaAs pHEMT process. It operates over 6 to 18 GHz and provides 360° of phase coverage with a LSB of 5.625°. It also achieves a low RMS phase error of 5° with 8 dB of insertion loss over all states.

    The TGP2107-SM uses negative switch logic, eliminating the need for a reference voltage. That, along with low insertion and a high degree of resolution makes the TGP2107-SM ideally suited for a variety of wideband phased array applications, including commercial and military radars, satellite-based communication systems and electronic warfare.

    The device is lead-free and RoHS compliant.

    Evaluation boards are available upon request.

    Typical Applications

      • Phased Arrays
      • Satellite Communications (Satcom)
      • Electronic Warfare
      • Massive MIMO
      • Radar
    Type Digital
    Frequency Min(GHz) 6
    Frequency Max(GHz) 18
    Insertion Loss(dB) < 10
    RMS Amplitude Error(dB) 0.55
    RMS Phase Error(degrees) 5
    Bits 6
    Control Voltage(V) -5, 0
    Package Type QFN
    Package(mm) 5.0 x 5.0 x 1.45
    RoHS Yes
    Lead Free Yes
    Halogen Free Yes
    ITAR Restricted No
    ECCN EAR99

    This product appears in the following application block diagrams:

    • Applications > Defense & Aerospace > Radar > C Band Radar

      C Band Radar

    • Applications > Defense & Aerospace > Radar > X Band Radar

      X Band Radar

    • Applications > Defense & Aerospace > Radar > Ku Band Radar

      Ku Band Radar

    • Applications > Network Infrastructure > Wireless Infrastructure > Massive MIMO

      Massive MIMO