Frequency Min (GHz)
Min Value 0.001, Max Value 2.3
Frequency Max (GHz)
Min Value 0.05, Max Value 4
Min Value 26, Max Value 55
Min Value 13, Max Value 35
Min Value 32, Max Value 44
Noise Figure (dB)
Min Value 3.6, Max Value 7.5
Supply Voltage \ Vd (V)
N/A no remaining vlaues
Quiescent Current \ Id (mA)
Min Value 220, Max Value 320
Search Filter Help
How to apply one search filter at a time.
To apply one filter at a time, first find the filter that matters most to you. Each
filter looks like the image below and corresponds to a column in the grid. Each
filter may differ a little on how they work and look, for more on filter behavior
see the filter help section.
Once the value is entered or selected. Click the apply filters grid.
How to apply multiple search filters simultaneously.
Applying multiple search filters is the same as apply one the only difference is
that you select or enter values for multiple filters before you click the Apply
Filters button. The image below depicts applying 2 filters
!Note: applying multiple filter you may filter out all of your results. This doesn’t
mean that there is not a part that will fit your needs this only mean that his is
not a regular stocked part. Try submitting a Technical Inquiry we might be able
to fit your needs
How to Scrolling the filters
The two arrows on each end of the search filter list will scroll the list to the
right or left so see more filters or go back to previous filters
How to remove a filter
You can clear one filter at time see Filter help section on how to do this.
Or you can clear all filter by click the clear all filters button
Our Specification Search contains 3 different kinds of filters and each act a little
This filter is to allow you to select different manufactures. And look like the
image below. This filter may not be present if there is only one manufacturer
To select multiple manufacturers hold down the control key while selecting.
To remove this filter you just select all manufacturers in the list and click apply
This filter is a list of unique text items in the products grid and looks like the
Only one Item in each filter list can be selected
To remove this filter select All “Filter Name” in this case it’s all Supply types
then click apply filters button
This filter is for numeric columns in the products grid and looks like the image
below. The numeric filter has 2 part math operator and value.
The value field is a numeric field and all units should be left off. The min and
max values are listed below the value text box. Also once you start typing a number
in the auto suggest will dropdown with actual values that are in the grid. See the
There are 6 operators
About (≈) equal , which is any value between plus and minus 10% of the inputted
Equal (=), which is any value equal to the inputted value
Not Equal (≠), any value but the inputted value.
Less Than (<), is any less than the imputed value.
Greater Than (>),is any greater than the imputed value.
Between, which when selected will display two text boxes the first on the left will
be the min and the one on the right will be the max value. This will match all values
greater than the min but yet less than the max the image below show the between
To remove numeric filter Clear the text box. And click the apply filters button