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ATC Releases Free Tech-Select Design Software

February 24, 2011
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American Technical Ceramics (ATC) announced that the company's new free 2011 Tech-Select® RF Design Software and Product Catalog CD is now available.

ATC’s new 2011 revised CD contains updated, detailed pdf files for its extensive line of RF, microwave and millimeter-wave products. This encompasses ATC’s full line of MLCs, SLCs, inductors, resistive products and custom thin film circuits. Also included are the new products including 550L ultra-broadband capacitor, 800R ultra-low ESR multilayer capacitor, a wide range of high power RF attenuator products and an expanded offering of wirewound inductor products.

The new CD includes an enhanced version of Tech-Select RF Design Software version 6.0. Tech-Select provides the engineer with the ability to select products by sorting on essential parameters such as working voltage, case size, ESR, Q and self-resonant frequency. Engineers may view and print data sheets of all electrical parameters including Smith charts, mechanical and environmental data. ATC’s new design support software is a must for all design projects. ATC QuikBuy® links for indicated products in Tech-Select allow customers to order directly from ATC’s website.

As with previous CD versions, S-parameter files, technical articles, application notes and links to ATC’s website are all included. In addition, Tech-Select version 6.0 has been updated to include product enhancements. The CD includes all latest revisions of ATC product datasheets. Additional technical notes have also been added.

To obtain a free copy of the new CD, please register at:

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