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Vishay ships smaller RF diodes

Posted: 09 Dec 2002 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:vishay intertechnology? bat15v 02v? bar63v 02v? bar64v 02v? bar65v 02v?

Vishay Intertechnology Inc. has introduced an RF Schottky diode and four RF PIN diodes in a surface-mount, 2-pin SOD523 package that offers lower package inductance and capacitance, as well as occupying 60 percent lesser board space compared to SOD323 packages.

The plastic SOD523 package measures 0.8-by-1.2mm and features a flat-lead design that increases moisture resistance by eliminating the mechanical handling that can cause cracks or gaps. The package also has a short lead length that further reduces package inductances.

The RF diodes are designed for applications including RF front-ends and modules in cellular and cordless phones, pagers, GPS, wireless LANs, and Bluetooth systems, as well as satellite and TV tuner applications in receivers and set-top boxes.

The new BAT15V-02V low-barrier RF Schottky diode provides RF detection and mixing in wireless and mobile systems with working frequencies as high as 12GHz. The PIN diodes - BAR63V-02V, BAR64V-02V, BAR65V-02V, and BA892V-02V - offer low forward resistance values down to 0.7 ohms at 100MHz and 1mA, and are designed for a wide variety of controlling, switching, and attenuating applications.

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