NJR (New Japan Radio) NJG1816K75-TE1 Ultra Low Current SPDT Switch

NJR (New Japan Radio) NJG1816K75-TE1 Ultra Low Current SPDT Switch


NJR (New Japan Radio) NJG1816K75-TE1 Ultra Low Current SPDT Switch is a 2-bit control SPDT switch GaAs Monolithic Microwave Integrated Circuit (MMIC) suited for LPWA applications. This switch operates at low control voltage from 1.6V and is ideal for IoT devices with battery operation because of ultra-low current consumption. The NJG1816K75-TE1 ultra-low current SPDT switch is operated at -55°C to 150°C temperature range and stored at -40°C to 105°C temperature range. This switch is RoHS compliant and halogen-free. Typical applications include antenna switching, path switching, and general-purpose switching applications.


  • 30dBm RF input power
  • 4.5V control voltage
  • 380mW power dissipation
  • -40°C to 105°C storage temperature range
  • -55°C to 150°C operating temperature range
  • 0.1μA typical low current consumption
  • 0.45dB typical @f=920MHz low insertion loss
  • 30dB typical @f=920MHz high isolation
  • 1.6V minimum low control voltage
  • 30dBm typical @f=920MHz P-0.1dB
  • 1mm x 1mm x 1mm package dimensions

Antenna Switching

Application Circuit

more information: https://www.njr.com/electronic_device/products/NJG1816K75.html

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