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American Technical Ceramics Launches New Website with Enhanced Features

American Technical Ceramics , a leading manufacturer of microwave, millimeter-wave and RF passive components, announced the launch of its new website. ATC’s newly redesigned website features many valuable additions and enhancements in navigation, searching and e-commerce that afford easy access to all ATC product information. An all new online...
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ATC Releases Free Tech-Select Design Software

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,...
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ATC Offers 800R Ceramic, High RF Power Lowest ESR MLCs

ATC introduces the new 800R NPO ceramic, high RF power lowest ESR MLC series. It is manufactured in one of ATC's signature case sizes; case R (0.070" x 0.090") with a capacitance range of 1 to 100 pF at 500 W VDC. The 800R series is designed to provide...
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Surface-mount NPO Capacitors With Ultra-high Self-resonant Frequencies

Rugged, laser-marked capacitors that utilize a new type of ceramic dielectric and a unique patented construction fro demanding wireless applications
Surface-mount NPO Capacitors With Ultra-high Self-resonant Frequencies American Technical Ceramics Huntington Station, NY As surface-mount technology responds to the challenge of functioning at higher microwave frequencies, the performance demands on both active and passive components have become increasingly stringent. Typically, ceramic multilayer capacitors (MLC) are required to operate at...
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