Infineon Ships CMOS RF Switches with GaAs Performance

The first CMOS RF switch of a whole new family, the BGS12A, is available in a fine-pitch wafer-level package with dimensions of 0.79mm x 0.54mm, which the company says is ~60% less printed circuit board (PCB) space compared to the smallest packaged GaAs RF switch on the market.

This 27-gauge tapered dispensing tip makes it possible to apply extremely small, precise amounts of silicones, epoxies, lubricants, and other thick assembly fluids. Designed for use with air-powered dispensing equipment, it will produce accurate, consistent dots and lines as small 0.008-in. wide. The new tip was created to help manufacturers keep pace with the trend towards smaller products with tighter tolerances, and the increasing use of adhesives on products that do not permit the use of mechanical fasteners. The silicone-free tip is precision molded from clear polyethylene that will not scratch delicate surfaces, and the tapered design provides faster flow than straight dispensing needles when using thick or particle-filled materials. Like all EFD dispensing tips, it has SafetyLok threads for safe, secure attachment to syringe barrels and dispense valves. EFD, East Providence, RI;


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