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Resistor terminator meets needs of space, military customers

Posted: 12 Dec 2007 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:high frequency chip resistor terminator? self-passivating TaNFilm element? MIL-PRF-55342?

PFC-HF MIL Series

A high frequency chip resistor terminator screened in accordance with MIL-PRF-55342 is being offered by TT electronics IRC Advanced Film Division. Designated the PFC-HF MIL Series, the terminator features IRC's proprietary self-passivating TaNFilm element, providing reliability and excellent high frequency performance.

"Traditionally, MIL screened chip resistors have been limited to low frequency applications," said Jerry Seams, applications engineering manager for IRC Advanced Film Division. "Screening our PFC-HF Series high frequency chip terminators to MIL-PRF-55342 enables military and space customers to use the product for those high reliability applications that also require operation at high frequencies."

The PFC-HF Series terminator is suitable for high frequency applications including isolators, combiners, satellites, RF sensing, wireless communication, RFID and high speed digital transmission line termination.

Available in 0603, 0805, and 1206 packages and characterized to 6GHz, the PFC-HF MIL chip resistor terminators feature power ratings of 100mW, 150mW, and 250mW at 70C, respectively. Tolerances are available to 10 percent, 5 percent, 2 percent and 1 percent, and impedance values are either 50W or 75W. Operating temperature range is from -55C to +125C. Terminations are plated 60/40 Tin/Lead.

Pricing for the PFC-HF high frequency terminator is $2.75 each in quantities of 500 pieces. Lead time is from stock to 14 weeks.




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