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Medium Power Solid-State

JFW’s online 50 Ohm medium power solid-state RF switch models are listed in the table below. The medium power RF switch specifications are sortable for easy model selection.

If you can’t find a standard 50 Ohm medium power solid-state RF switch model to meet your requirements, please contact JFW at sales@jfwindustries.com.

JFW has been designing, manufacturing, and delivering high power RF switches for over 20 years. With our extensive line of medium power solid-state RF switch models, JFW has solutions to fit your specific medium power coaxial switch applications. If you need a coaxial T/R switch for medium power hot switching, JFW’s solid-state medium power switches have the proven reliability that you demand.

Frequently Asked Questions

Click the column headers to sort our online models. For your specific application, please contact JFW for assistance.

JFW Model #Switch ConfigSwitch TypeFrequency StartFrequency StopSwitching SpeedRF Input PowerIsolationControl Logic
50S-14631P2TReflective10 MHz1000 MHz40 uS30 Watts50 dBTTL
50S-15051P2TReflective20 MHz2500 MHz10 uS25 Watts45 dBTTL
50S-18411P2TReflective500 MHz3000 MHz10 uS30 Watts65 dBTTL
50S-18721P2TReflective20 MHz500 MHz10 uS5 Watts50 dBTTL
50S-18731P2TReflective800 MHz2200 MHz12 uS15 Watts45 dBTTL
50S-20401P4TAbsorbtive20 MHz100 MHz8 uS20 Watts55 dBTTL

The 50 Ohm medium power solid-state RF switch models listed in the table are only our online models. If you can’t find a model in the table that fits your exact 50 Ohm high power solid-state RF switch requirement, please contact JFW. We do not charge NRE’s for new RF switch models. We pride ourselves in the ability to offer custom medium power RF switch models with the same pricing and delivery as our catalog medium power RF switch models.

Send in a request with a list of your required RF specifications and RF input power requirements and JFW will design a medium power solid-state RF switch model that meets your specific requirements.

Common solid-state RF Switch Terminology…

Reflective: Switch ports are high impedance (open) when ports are turned off.

Absorptive: Ports that are turned off are internally terminated with the proper impedance. (i.e. 75 Ohm impedance models are internally terminated with 75 Ohms.)

Self-terminating: This term is used interchangeably with “absorptive”. Ports that are turned off are internally terminated with the proper impedance. (i.e. 75 Ohm impedance models are internally terminated with 75 Ohms.)

Hot Switching: The switch changes state while a RF signal is still being applied to the switch.

Cold Switching: No RF signal is applied to the RF switch while the RF switch is changes states.

Switching Speed: Port turning ON = 50% TTL control to 90% of the RF signal. Port turning OFF = 50% TTL control to 10% of the RF signal.

Rise Time: Port turning ON = 10% of the RF signal to 90% of the RF signal.

Fall Time: Port turning OFF = 90% of the RF signal to 10% of the RF signal.

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