See how Menlo Micro’s RF switches work in a beam-steering application.
Menlo Micro has introduced a new single-pole/four-throw (SP4T) DC-to-6 GHz switch that provides best-in-class performance, reliability, and integration for 5G network infrastructure, test and measurement equipment, and other high-power RF switching applications. Built on Menlo Micro’s market-proven Ideal Switch technology, the MM5140 SP4T switch offers 25W power handling, ultra-low insertion loss, and the industry’s highest linearity, […]
The MM5120 from Menlo Micro lets you send an RF signal to as many as four locations such as filters or antennas.
The MM5600 is a unique double-pole/double-throw (DPDT) switch providing the industry’s highest performance and data rates for high-speed differential switching applications, including next-generation artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), GPU/CPU, data center and cloud-based applications, as well as automated test equipment (ATE) device interface boards and high-speed computer peripheral interfaces. “The MM5600 is an enabling […]
The MM5600 DPDT switch from Menlo Micro routes signals to 20 GHz, 40 Gb/sec. 5G is one of the technologies driving the need for higher-speed digital and RF signals. Those signals, which often run over differential pairs through a PCB, typically need switching. MEMS switches offer fast switching speeds with low power and low signal…
Menlo Microsystems, Inc. (Menlo Micro), known for reinventing the electronic switch with its Ideal Switch™ technology, has announced a significant performance milestone that will drive breakthrough improvements in RF signal performance across multiple industries. According to Menlo Micro characterization tests, the new MM5130 Ideal Switch product, released to production last year and now shipping in […]
Menlo Microsystems, Inc. announced the production release of the MM5130, the first high-performance RF switch manufactured with their proprietary Ideal Switch technology. The MM5130 is designed to handle 25W with ultra-low losses, in a miniaturized wafer-level chip-scale-package (WL-CSP). Historically, this level of performance has been reserved for large RF mechanical relays, which have major drawbacks. […]
One of the original promises of microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) when they first came along in the 1980s was that they could subminiaturize electromechanical contacts. Built on silicon substrates using the same kind of etching processes employed for conventional ICs, MEMS structures have been used in inkjet printing heads, accelerometers, pressure sensors, and a variety of […]