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Inductors boast 39nH in 0402 size

19 Apr 2013

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Murata LQP02TN

Murata has expanded its LQP02TN series of high-frequency chip inductors to offer what it touts as the world's largest inductance value in an ultra-miniature 0402 size. The company has also mass-produced the conventional LQP02TN series and also the LQP02TQ series that has high Q value characteristics, as high-frequency inductors of ultra-miniature size.

As a result of the addition to the line-up of the LQP02TN series, the current line-up covers the range between 0.2nH and 39nH and consists of 59 items. Regarding the deviation of the inductance values, the devices promise narrow deviations of ±0.1nH (0.2-4.2nH) and ±3 per cent (4.3-39nH).

According to the company, the features improve the number of degrees of freedom in circuit design employing the ultra-miniature 0402 (0.4 x 0.2 x 0.2mm) size and also contribute to further miniaturisation and functional enhancement of electronic devices such as smartphones.

Applications for the devices include high frequency modules (PA/ANT/SAW/GPS etc.) for cell phones, smartphones (WCDMA/GSM/LTE, etc.), WLAN/Bluetooth and all other wireless module types, and all types of high-frequency circuits.

This product does not contain any substances restricted by the RoHS directive. Mass-production was commenced in April 2013 at the Miyazaki Plant of Fukui Murata Manufacturing Co. Ltd with a price of $0.05/each.




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