29 - 31 GHz Phase Shifter with Integrated SPDT Switch

    Discontinued >

    End of Life announced September 6, 2019 (PCN 19-0162).
    Last Time Buy: March 16, 2020
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    Key Features

    • Frequency Range: 29–31 GHz
    • 5-Bit digital phase shifter and SPDT switch
    • 360° Coverage, LSB = 11.25°, MSB = 180°
    • RMS phase error, cardinal states: 5°
    • RMS amplitude error, cardinal states: 0.7 dB
    • Insertion Loss: 9 dB
    • Isolation: 30 dB
    • Input Return Loss: 10 dB
    • Output Return Loss: 15 dB
    • Input Power Handling: 20 dBm
    • Voltages: VS = 5 V, VBIT = 0/+5 V, VCTRL = ± 5 V
    • Package Dimensions: 6 x 5 x 1.72 mm

    Qorvo's QPC1000 integrates a 5-bit digital phase shifter and a SPDT switch inside a small 6x5mm surface mount package. Individually, the Qorvo products include the TGP2100 phase shifter and the TGS4302 SPDT switch. Together, they support 360° of phase coverage over 29-31GHz, with a RMS phase error of 5° and 9dB of insertion loss.

    With a small footprint, good phase resolution and ability to switch between transmit and receive paths, the QPC1000 gives the system designer a small, highly functional block that is easily integrated into a higher level assembly.

    The QPC1000 is matched to 50 ohm with DC blocking capacitors on all RF ports. Its functionality makes it an ideal choice for ka-band, phased-array communication systems.

    Lead-free and RoHS compliant.

    Evaluation boards are available upon request.

    Typical Applications

      • Ka Band Satellite Communications (Satcom)
    Type Digital
    Frequency Min(GHz) 29
    Frequency Max(GHz) 31
    Insertion Loss(dB) 9
    RMS Amplitude Error(dB) 0.7
    RMS Phase Error(degrees) 5
    Bits 5
    Control Voltage(V) +/-5
    Package Type SMP
    Package(mm) 6 x 5 x 1.72
    RoHS Yes
    Lead Free Yes
    Halogen Free Yes
    ITAR Restricted No
    ECCN EAR99

    This product appears in the following application block diagrams:

    • Applications > Network Infrastructure > Wireless Infrastructure > 5G > 5G mmWave Massive MIMO

      5G mmWave Massive MIMO