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45 pF to 1000 pF Mounting Capacitors Series

SemiGen_MountingCapacitorsSemiGen Inc. is offering a series of mounting capacitors that can be screen to class K quality requirements for space. SemiGen’s ideal low loss very high Q mounting capacitors feature low temperature coefficients. With six different capacitances offered from 45 pF to 1000 pF, these capacitors are developed using an MNOS approach and precision photolithography to provide a dependable device.


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Up to 40 GHz Diodes with Low Junction Capacitances

SemiGen_SchottkyBarrierDiodesSemiGen Inc. has added a series of new Schottky Diodes to its expanding product offerings. SemiGen silicon-based Schottky diodes utilize various metal schemes to provide excellent performance for low, medium and high barrier applications through 40 GHz. This series of schottky diodes feature small junction capacitances, low I/F noise, low resistance, and multi-junction chips for optimum performance.


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Point Contact Mixer Diodes: 1N Series

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SemiGen Inc. offers a series of Point Contact Mixer Diodes, the 1N series. The 1N series point contact mixer diodes perform into the Ka-band. Each device in the series ideally designed with noise figures as low as 5.5 dB at 3.060 GHz and 6.0 dB at 9.375 GHz. With VSWR’s of 1.3:1 and impedances ranging from 200-600 Ω, these devices can serve as drop in replacements for all military and commercial requirements. 


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Limiter Diodes: SLP7100 Series

SemiGen_LimiterDiodesSemiGen has added a series of limiter diodes to its expanding product offerings, SLP7100 series. The SLP7100 limiter diodes are processed with a high-resistivity epitaxial wafer (epi) that has thin intrinsic layers. These devices are 2 to 20 microns thick and can be gold doped to achieve specific performance goals. The SLP7100 limiter diodes are used in passive or active limiter designs in the 100 MHz to 30 GHz frequency ranges.


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