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  Date: 01/12/2016

Schotty diodes from SemiGen features small junction capacitance

SemiGen's inclusion of a new series of Schotty Diodes has expanded its Schotty Diodes offering. This series of Schotty diodes features small junction capacitance, low I/F noise , low-resistance and multi-junction chips for favourable outcome.

With forward voltage drops as high at 0.6V and superior TSS, these diodes are ideal for detector/mixer applications with frequency ranges from the S-band upto the Ka-band as well as modulators, low power limiters and highspeed switches. With 48 different models to choose from, these schotty barrier diodes come in chip, glass, ceramic, and beam lead packages.

SemiGenís barrier bridge quads and ring quads offer breakdown voltages as high as 5V, capacitances ranging from 0.15 pF to 0.35 pF, and a series resistance ranging from 14? to 20?.These bridge quads and ring quads have a stable matched electrical performance and are of a monolithic construction with operating temperatures ranging from -55 oC to 150 oC, these devices are ideal for use in designs of doublers, modulators, and double balanced mixers up to 40GHz.

SemiGen Silicon-based Schotty Diodes utilize various metal schemes to provide excellent performance for low, medium and high barrier applications through 40GHz.

 
          
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