MicroElectroMechanical switches for Radio Frequency applications, namely RF-MEMS, have been demonstrated to exhibit remarkable performance, like very low-loss, high Q-Factor and good linearity, thus enabling the manufacturing of low-cost lumped elements (switches, variable capacitors and inductors) as well as of complex networks as phase shifters for antenna/radar applications, power dividers and switching units and matrices.

An Active Self-Recovery Mechanism to Restore the Operability of RF-MEMS Switches Affected by Stiction

Iannacci, Jacopo;Repchankova, Alena
2009

Abstract

MicroElectroMechanical switches for Radio Frequency applications, namely RF-MEMS, have been demonstrated to exhibit remarkable performance, like very low-loss, high Q-Factor and good linearity, thus enabling the manufacturing of low-cost lumped elements (switches, variable capacitors and inductors) as well as of complex networks as phase shifters for antenna/radar applications, power dividers and switching units and matrices.
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