Expanded broadband conical line designed to enhance utility in electronics design

09-02-2021 | New Yorker Electronics | Passives

New Yorker Electronics has released the expanded Broadband Conical product line from Gowanda Electronics.

The new broadband RF conical inductors – C102 and C182 – are offered in Surface Mount (SM) and Flying Lead (FL) configurations to improve utility in the electronics design community. The new series was produced to meet market demands and industry trends, asking for ever-increasing performance from broadband conical components. They are intended to use in communication applications for bias T’s (filter signals, remove noise), broadband chip manufacturing, microwave circuitry, high frequency, communication platforms, RF test set-ups, test gear, test and measurement, test instrumentation and transmission amplifiers.

The performance ranges offered by these new wire-wound conical series – C102FL, C102SM, C182FL and C182SM – include inductance from 0.47µH to 10.7µH, DCR Ohms from 0.19 to 7.10 and current rating mA DC from 150 to 815.

All four series has been outgassing tested per ASTM E595 and satisfy the TML requirement of 1.0% max. Operating temperature range is -55C to +125C for all. Terminations are gold and RoHS compliant. As with the company's previous conicals these new series provide an outstanding robust construction to ensure predictable frequency response and repeatable RF performance. The unique broadband response of the coil is credited to its precision winding, wire selection and coil configuration.

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