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2007-08-24 Niobium oxide capacitors outclass aluminum electrolytics
OxiCap Niobium Oxide capacitors from AVX are set to replace traditional aluminum electrolytic capacitors in latest-generation LCD/PDP TV applications.
2006-05-12 NbO-ceramic capacitors from AVX offer low ESR
AVX targets power management decoupling and DC/DC converter filtering applications with its NbO-ceramic multianode chip capacitors.
2002-11-11 Lead-free SMT capacitors minimize dc leakage
AVX Corp. has launched a family of niobium oxide capacitors that claim to solve a number of problems inherent in metal capacitors.
2012-09-19 Choosing the right capacitors to ensure long-term control-circuit stability
Know how tantalum and niobium-oxide technologies meet industry needs for rugged capacitors that maintain high-performance standards even under stress.
2006-02-03 Capacitors enhance audio performance
AVX's new niobium oxide capacitors combine non-burn features and low-failure rates to enhance safety, reliability and performance in high-end audio apps.
2009-01-20 Software improves capacitor design-in process
AVX Corp. has released the latest version of its SpiTanII software that enables designers to view all basic characteristics and parameters for tantalum and niobium oxide (Oxicap) capacitors.
2006-03-07 High-capacitance passives shrink for portable devices
AVX, Taiyo Yuden and Vishay have all introduced new capacitor products that aim to shrink portable devices.
2015-03-19 Grasping capacitors, ripple and self-heating
Ripple can be a necessary design function, and the considerations can be quite straightforward. In this article, we will take a look at ripple ratingsor how to cook a capacitor.
2005-05-05 Fujitsu team develops single-chip opto-silicon technology
Fujitsu Laboratories Inc. and the Tokyo Institute of Technology have developed a technology to form high quality ferroelectric crystal film on silicon, opening the way for a single-chip platform integrating optical and silicon devices.
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