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RF multiplexers (MUX) are devices that allow several RF signals to enter a controlled switch, allowing the user to pick which inputs should be sent through to the desired output (s).
RF multiplexer switch modules are appropriate for applications with a large channel count that need measurement or signal generating equipment to be connected to several test sites on devices or units under test. To contain all of the RF energy, the multiplexer must have a broad bandwidth.
To avoid any undesired reflections created by the MUX, which is normally described by the return loss and Voltage Standing Wave Ratio, it is critical that the MUX has low insertion loss, low return loss, and a 50-ohm impedance throughout the system (VSWR).
Due to the rising benefits given by MUX, such as unmatched signal integrity, usage of fewer mainframe slots and reduced signal routes, and flexibility and adaptability to satisfy test system demands, the RF multiplexer switch market is developing at a much faster rate.
The Global RF Multiplexer Switch Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
Analog Devices (ADI) announced a switch technology breakthrough that provides a long-awaited alternative for electromechanical relay designs initially used by the electronics industry more than a century ago.
By overcoming various performance limits often attributed to relays, whose roots extend back to the early days of the electric telegraph, ADI’s revolutionary RF-MEMS switch technology enables quicker, smaller, lower power, and more dependable measuring equipment.
Original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) may considerably increase the accuracy and variety of automated test equipment (ATE) and other instrumentation instruments by commercialising solutions enabled by this technology, allowing their clients to minimise testing costs, power, and time to market.
Future MEMS switch devices will replace relays in aerospace and defence, healthcare, and communications infrastructure equipment, allowing OEMs to pass down comparable size, power, and cost reductions to their consumers.
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