RF antenna circuit protection
Circuit Protection of Antenna-RF type
The communication signal from the antenna is usually 2.45 GHz when operating, and the magnitude is less than 1.0 Vp-p. Because these signals have high-frequency properties, the capacitance of the suppressor must be considered to avoid signal attenuation. There can be ESD electrical hazards.
As shown on the left, an ESD electrostatic protector is used to protect the antenna elements.
Supporting solutions: Not applicable.
Regulatory issues: IEC 61000-4-2 is the standard specification best suited for this circuit. This test proves that the end product is not vulnerable to ESD.
Characteristics: Not applicable.
Application warning: Not applicable.