The RF1126 is a low-power, single-pole double-throw (SPDT) symmetric switch that offers industry-leading insertion loss and linearity performance suitable for signal routing and antenna switching applications.
What does SP2T stand for?
SP2T stands for Single-Pole Double-Throw (switch)
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Serving to control auto motive lights, motors, horns, and wipers, the relay is a single-pole double-throw unit rated at 20 A in the normally open position, and 10 A in the normally closed position.
Featuring a 50 Watt 1dB compression point, the PE42510A single-pole double-throw (SPDT) and PE42650A single-pole triple-throw (SP3T) UltraCMOS RFICs deliver unprecedented linearity with ultra low insertion loss at high power.
Upgrading to Class 1 from existing Class 2/3 Bluetooth designs can be as simple as adding the TQP770001, a single-pole double-throw switch and a bandpass filter.
The ISL84684 is a guaranteed break-before-make dual single-pole double-throw (SPDT) switch IC that operates over a 1.
The ISL84714 is a guaranteed break-before-make single-pole double-throw (SPDT) switch, while the ISL84715 and ISL84716 are normally open (NO) and normally closed (NC) SPST switches respectively.
This high-performance IC contains two bi-directional Single-Pole Double-Throw (SPDT) analog switches that can be used as a DPDT switch or a 2:1 differential multiplexer.
This high-performance IC contains four single-pole double-throw (SPDT) analog switches that provide a best-in-class R(ON) of less than 20 Ohms, at +/-5 V and 25 degrees Centigrade, and a best-in-class R(ON) flatness of less than 4 Ohms guaranteed across input voltage and industrial temperature.