32 - 37 GHz 5-Bit Phase Shifter

    Key Features

    • Frequency range: 32 to 37 GHz
    • 7 dB nominal insertion loss
    • 3.5° RMS phase error @ 35 GHz
    • 0.4 dB RMS amplitude error @ 35 GHz
    • Negative control voltage
    • Single-ended logic
    • •0.25um pHEMT 3MI technology
    • Chip dimensions: 1.88 x 0.75 x 0.1 mm (0.074 x 0.030 x 0.004 in)

    Qorvo's TGP2102 is a 5-bit digital phase shifter MMIC using Qorvo's proven 0.25um power pHEMT process to support a variety of Ka band phased array applications including military radar. The 5-bit design utilizes a compact topology that achieves a 1.41 mm² die area and high performance. The TGP2102 provides a 5-bit digital phase shift function with a nominal 7dB insertion loss and 5° RMS phase shift error over a bandwidth of 32 to 37 GHz.

    The TGP2102 requires a minimum of off-chip components and operates with a -5 V control voltage. Each device is RF tested on-wafer to ensure performance compliance. The device is available in chip form.

    Typical Applications

      • Military Radar
      • Transmit / Receive
      • Massive MIMO
    Type Digital
    Frequency Min(GHz) 32
    Frequency Max(GHz) 37
    Insertion Loss(dB) 7
    RMS Amplitude Error(dB) 0.4
    RMS Phase Error(degrees) 3.5
    Bits 5
    Control Voltage(V) -5, 0
    Package Type Die
    Package(mm) 1.88 x 0.75 x 0.1
    RoHS Yes
    Lead Free Yes
    Halogen Free Yes
    ITAR Restricted No
    ECCN EAR99

    X-Microwave Design System

    This product is available as an X-Microwave Block (X-MWblock) for evaluation.

    X-MWblocks are RF and microwave "drop-in" components that can be used individually for prototyping or in production assemblies. X-MWblocks are easy to test, integrate, align, and configure to 60 GHz and beyond. No messy sweat soldering or silver epoxy processes are required. X-MWblocks are highly characterized with S-parameter models and connect with a patented solder-less interconnect technology.

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      Massive MIMO