New passive component design kit for IoT applications provides engineers with a broad range of component solutions
AVX Corporation has released a new IoT design kit. Comprised of a broad sampling of passive components ideally suited for use in the three primary IoT device networks - input voltage filtering and decoupling networks, timing device networks, and output impedance RF matching networks - the new Passive Components for the Internet of Things Design Kit allows engineers to quickly identify effective solutions for IoT devices with widely varying requirements for power, data-processing speed, form factor, and price, among other specifications.
The new kit contains RF microwave components, including: capacitors, inductors, circuit protection, and SAW filters; input voltage filtering and decoupling devices, including: filter capacitors and low profile power inductors; and small, high precision crystal products, including: MHz crystal units, tuning fork crystal units, clock oscillators, TCXOs, and capacitors for crystal unit loading. Designed for maximum efficiency, the comprehensive passive component sampling successfully addresses the needs of a wide span of IoT applications, including: wearable devices, such as fitness accessories; smart-home applications, like automated lighting and heating systems; medical electronics; industrial automation tasks, such as remote servicing and predictive maintenance; connected cars; and traffic control and other smart city applications.