- Buyers Guide
Tecdia's DC power boards are designed to offer engineers a drop in solution for supplying bias voltage and current to GaAs/GaN FET amplifiers. From a single positive input, Tecdia DC power boards offer regulated gate and drain voltages, sequencing protection and integrated TTL switching to simplify your amplifier projects.
Tecdia specializes in producing Bias-T’s from 5 to 18 MHz with RF power handling up to 100 W. Ideal for lab use, our metrology grade Bias-T’s have very low insertion and return loss which is perfect for FET characterization.
Available in 99.5% purity levels, Tecdia Alumina substrates excel in high-frequency applications. Custom patterned metallization thicknesses from 10 nm to 8 μm with lines as narrow as 10 μm. Side metallization, thru holes, and via holes are also available.
Tecdia surface mount ceramic chip resistors are Au wire bondable and suitable for both gold-tin soldering and epoxy die attachment. They are available in both single and multiple values with square and rectangular configurations.
Combining a SLC capacitor and thin film resistors on a single chip is an innovation that pays big dividends. The IRC is available in a variety of sizes and values that help shrink designs, improve installation efficiency and lower material costs.
ALTAS ultra high-k row capacitors are available in an array of up to 4 pads with a common backside. A solution that saves space, cost and installation time.
ALTAS Ultra High-K Ceramic Capacitors are ultra-compact single-layer capacitors with excellent high frequency characteristics. ALTAS capacitors utilize Hi-K dielectrics up to K= 30,000 and are automation ready for volume producers.
Designed for thin-film hybrid integrated circuits, these capacitors will satisfy a wide variety of your microwave needs. Tecdia capacitors are practical for both millimeter and microwave applications and are available from 0.1 to 10,000 pF.
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