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Automatic Gain Control (AGC) attenuators based on PIN diodes are frequently employed in a variety of broadband system applications, including wireless CDMA and cable or fiberoptic TV.
The PI network is a well-liked attenuator design that is applied spanning the instantaneous frequency range from 10 MHz to beyond 2 GHz.
The Global Pin attenuator market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
PIN diodes in the HIPAX family are made to be used in switch and attenuator applications that demand good power handling and minimal distortion.
These diodes use a PIN diode chip that has been thoroughly passivated, resulting in extremely low reverse bias leakage current. The semiconductor technology used in the HIPAX families is based on the extensive PIN diode design and wafer production expertise of MACOM.
As a result, the device maintains low series resistance and capacitance values while having a thick I-region and a long carrier lifetime. The HIPAX PIN diodes’ chips are housed in a tough ceramic packaging that is fully adhered to metal pins on both the cathode and anode.
As a result of the symmetrical thermal channels, the PIN diode has low thermal resistance and low loss.
A non-magnetic, HIPAX (axial leaded) packed diode ideal for MRI applications is the MADP-04002B-NM402. Tin-plated package leads that can be soldered using reflow and vapour phase techniques are standard in the industry. For a common solder reflow profile, see Application Note M538.
HIPAX PIN diodes are intended for use in a variety of switch and attenuator applications at power levels above 1 kW, CW, from HF to UHF frequencies.
To guarantee consistent and repeatable performance, the internal chip as well as each diode assembly has undergone extensive testing and characterisation.
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