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Pulse Electronics unveils latest MLCC inductors

18 Jul 2014

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Pulse Electronics Corp. has expanded its inductor portfolio with the release of high frequency multilayer ceramic chip inductors. According to the company, the RF ceramic inductors have low DC resistance, high Q values at higher frequencies, high self-resonant frequency, and high reliability. The devices can be used in wireless devices, broadband circuits, RFID devices, RF transceivers, modules and medical devices, added the company.

The multilayer ceramic chip inductors come in standard surface mount footprints and are made of a monolithic non-organic substance that gives them a tighter tolerance and lower value of inductance in a small size compared to traditional wire-wound inductors. Their high Q value provides consistent, stable signal transmission at high frequencies, noted Pulse.

MLCC inductors

The multilayer chip inductors consist of the: 0201CC (1-100nH) value series with a low DCR and high Q; 0402CC (1-270nH) value series with a low DCR and high Q; and 0402CH (1-15nH) value series with a very high Q.

The multilayer inductors are RoHS compliant. They are sold in tape and reel. Samples are available with delivery from 4-6 weeks.

Datasheets for the multilayer ceramic chip inductors can be found on the Pulse Electronics website at:

0201CC --

0402CC --

0402CH --

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