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Articles Tagged with ''diodes''

SemiGen's limiter diodes

SemiGen Inc., an ISO and ITAR registered RF/Microwave assembly, automated PCB manufacturing, and RF Supply Center, offers Limiter Diodes that feature fast turn-on time, low loss, low capacitance and resistance, and easy bonding.


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Modelithics passes 10,000 mark with release of the Modelithics COMPLETE Library Version 11

Modelithics Inc., the industry leader in simulation models for RF, microwave, and millimeter-wave devices, announces the release of The Modelithics COMPLETE Library V11 for Agilent Advanced Design System (ADS). The Modelithics COMPLETE Library offers the industry’s most comprehensive collection of advanced and highly scalable simulation models for passive components and non-linear models for active devices such as diodes, transistors, amplifiers and more. They are engineered to provide extensive design flexibility and reliably accurate design simulation results. 


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Low Capacitance PIN Diodes

SemiGen_PINdiodes_PR2SemiGen Inc., an ISO and ITAR registered RF/Microwave assembly, automated PCB manufacturing, and RF Supply Center, offers PIN diodes that feature low capacitance and resistance, high reliability, and easy bonding with F.A.C. mesas. These devices are typically manufactured with either a robust thermal-oxide passivation or ceramic glass for durable high-power applications. These diodes are made with a grown junction P++ layer that yields abrupt junction structures.


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AVX introduces lead-less Schottky rectifier diodes

AVX Corp., a leading manufacturer of passive components and interconnect solutions, has introduced a new series of Schottky barrier rectifier diodes uniquely packaged as lead-less chips. Eliminating the standard lead frame wire bond provides the chip with top-bottom symmetry, which enables better heat transfer, better current handling capability than SOD devices, and fewer mounting problems.  Available in several case sizes and a range of current values spanning 0.1A to 8A, the new lead-less chip form Schottky rectifier diodes are ideal for applications including switch mode power supplies, high frequency rectification, portable battery powered devices, and reverse bias protection. 


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