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SR4L034 short between pins SC1 and SC2

Hi, the datasheet of  SR4L034, page 15 and 26 doesn't show the short between pin 2 and 3 (SC1,SC2). Please confirm that the short should be there also when no active tuning is used. We have the short on our prototype board and get high reflection between 800-900 MHz compared to the SR4L034-EVB-1.

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Hi, the short between pins 2 and 3 should always be placed.

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