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MTY2-243+

MMIC Balun RF Transformer, 50Ω, 10 to 24 GHz

Mini-Circuits MTY2-243+ is a wideband MMIC balun transformer with an impedance ratio of 2:1 covering a wide range of applications from 10 to 24 GHz. Fabricated using HBT process technology, this model pro- vides outstanding repeatability with low insertion loss, low amplitude unbalance, low phase unbalance, and RF input power handling up to +31 dBm (1.25W). The unit comes housed in a tiny 2x2x1mm QFN package with low inductance, excellent thermal efficiency, and high ESD rating.

Features

• wideband, 10 to 24 GHz • low phase unbalance, 6 deg. and amplitude unbalance, 0.7 dB typ. • miniature size, (2 x 2 x 1 mm) • low cost • aqueous washable

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