Active filters amplify desired signals while rejecting unwanted frequencies, and can be tailored to meet application-specific requirements in electronics.
Amplifiers boost signal strength, match impedance levels, and are essential in many circuit systems, including audio, broadcasting, and telecommunications.
Batteries store and provide electrical energy, come in various types and sizes for multiple uses, rechargeable or single-use.
Capacitors store electrical charge with metallic plates and a dielectric; types vary and can be combined for specific circuit characteristics.
Chip carriers and sockets provide an interface between components and PCBs, enabling easy replacement or upgrading without soldering.
Circuit protection devices prevent damage from overcurrent flow, including fuses, breakers, surge protectors, and voltage regulators.
Connector accessories and support devices aid connector function and longevity, including backshells, grips, clamps, and ties; must be compatible with connector type.
Connectors join electronic circuits to transfer signals and power, come in various sizes and shapes, and include support accessories.
Converters transform DC input to another voltage level, essential in electronic systems, renewable energy, and automotive electronics.
Crystals and resonators generate and stabilize frequency signals via piezoelectricity. They are used in timing, frequency control, and filters. Crystals are quartz and resonators are ceramic with a built-in capacitor.
Semiconductor diodes control current flow in one direction (uni-directionality) via low resistance. Useful for rectification, voltage regulation, detection, and digital logic.
Fiber optics use light pulses to transmit data over long distances. They have superior bandwidth capacity, low signal attenuation, and secure physical properties. They are essential in telecommunications networks today.
Filters enhance signal processing by selectively passing desired frequencies while suppressing unwanted ones. Filters can be passive (using capacitors, resistors, and inductors) or active (using transistors or amplifiers).
General purpose ICs consist of multiple individual circuits or components (e.g., logic gates, amplifiers, oscillators, etc.) that are combined onto a single integrated circuit chip for a smaller physical footprint.
Inductors store energy in magnetic fields, oppose sudden changes in current flow and prevent electrical surges. Common inductor applications include power supplies, signal filters, and oscillators.
Interface ICs allow efficient device connectivity with high-speed data transfer and low power consumption.They can be ASIC or FPGA types, and may perform additional functions such as sensing, storage, and conversion.
Logic ICs can be used for storage, memory, amplification, and multiplexing. They perform fundamental logical operations on digital input signals (1, 0, H, L) to generate a corresponding digital output signal.
Memory ICs store digital data and retain the information even when the power is turned off. They come in various types, like RAM (Random Access Memory) for fast data access, and ROM (Read-Only Memory) for permanent data storage.
Miscellaneous semiconductor components are a diverse category of electronic components that combines elements from a mix of component devices.
Optoelectronic devices interact with light. This family of devices can emit light, detect light, generate current, and transmit light signals for long-distance communication.
Oscillators generate repetitive waveforms, such as sine, square, or triangle waves. They are commonly used to produce stable and precise frequencies for applications like clocks, signal generation, and communication systems.
Other Function Semiconductor components are a diverse category of semiconductor components that perform a range of specialized functions.
Passive component networks operate without a power source and support data transmission within system by performing filtering, energy storage, and/or signal coupling functions.
Peripheral ICs (Integrated Circuits) are designed to control and manage the peripheral devices connected to a computer or other electronic device.
Programmable Logic ICs are user-programmable devices that allow designers to create custom logic circuits. These cost saving ICs offer real-time data processing and maximum design flexibilty.
RF (Radio Frequency) and microwave devices are used in telecommunications, wireless communications, and electronic systems. These devices include amplifiers, attenuators, filters, mixers, oscillators, and antennas, and a host of other components.
Voltage regulators are used to ensure a constant output voltage despite power fluctuations and load changes. Linear and switching regulators are common types used to maintain voltage stability.
Relays are electromagnetic switches that are used to control the flow of electrical current in an electrical circuit. Relays are a safe means of providing isolation between a controlling circuit and a controlled circuit.
Resistors control the flow of electrical current in a circuit by introducing a set resistance. These passive components reduce current flow, adjust signal levels, and bias active elements in circuits.
Transducers convert energy from one form to another and are crucial in sensing, audio and control systems. They transform physical measures like temperature, pressure, or sound into electrical signals for circuits.
Switches control electrical current flow by making or breaking connections. These devices vary in design and application, from basic on/off switches to complex industrial automation systems.
Telecom integrated circuits (ICs) are specialized electronics for telecommunications, tailored to high data rates, low power use, and reliable long-distance transmission. These devices include amplifiers, filters, ADCs, DACs, and more-- and they are often integrated on one chip for specific telecom tasks.
Terminal blocks, or connection terminals, are modular blocks that bring together multiple electrical wires at one connection point. They offer a reliable, organized way to terminate cables.
Thermal management devices control heat in electronic systems, preventing overheating and ensuring optimal performance and reliability. Examples include heat sinks, fans, and thermal interface materials that dissipate or transfer heat away from components.
Transformers are devices that alter electrical voltage levels between circuits through electromagnetic induction. They are vital in power distribution, converting high-voltage electricity for transmission and lower voltage for safe usage.
Transistors are 3-layer semiconductor devices that regulate the flow of electrical current. They function as amplifiers, boosting weak signals, and as switches, controlling the flow of current between terminals.
Triggering devices initiate electronic processes or events in response to specific conditions. These devices support many automated tasks such as activating switches and signals, or turning on lights when motion is detected.
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Fixed Gunn oscillators are electronic devices that generate microwave signals for use in a variety of applications, such as radar systems, communication systems, and microwave heating. They consist of a Gunn diode, which is a type of semiconductor device that can generate microwaves when a bias voltage is applied to it, and a resonant cavity, which is a structure that is designed to enhance the oscillation of the microwave signal.The fixed Gunn oscillator works by applying a bias voltage to the Gunn diode to create an electric field across the device. This causes the electrons in the diode to oscillate at a specific frequency, which generates the microwave signal. The resonant cavity is designed to enhance the oscillation of the microwave signal, producing a stable and reliable signal output.One of the advantages of fixed Gunn oscillators is their ability to generate signals at high frequencies, up to tens of gigahertz. This makes them suitable for use in applications that require high-frequency signals, such as in radar systems.Another advantage of fixed Gunn oscillators is their compact size and low cost compared to other types of microwave signal generators. This makes them a popular choice in applications that require a small form factor and low cost, such as in mobile communication devices.
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FIXED GUNN OSCILLATOR; Mounting Feature: CHASSIS MOUNT; Output Power: 10 dBm; Maximum VSWR: 1.5; Minimum Supply Voltage: 3.5 V; Maximum Supply Voltage: 6.5 V;
FIXED GUNN OSCILLATOR
40.1mm x 22.86mm x 20.32mm
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FIXED GUNN OSCILLATOR; Mounting Feature: CHASSIS MOUNT; Maximum Supply Voltage: 10 V; Minimum Supply Voltage: 9 V; Physical Dimension: 41.5mm x 41.5mm x 17.78mm; Output Power: 17 dBm;
41.5mm x 41.5mm x 17.78mm
FIXED GUNN OSCILLATOR; Mounting Feature: CHASSIS MOUNT; Minimum Operating Temperature: -30 Cel; Maximum Supply Current: 500 mA; Maximum Supply Voltage: 10 V; Maximum Operating Temperature: 70 Cel;
FIXED GUNN OSCILLATOR; Mounting Feature: CHASSIS MOUNT; Minimum Supply Voltage: 8 V; Maximum Supply Voltage: 9 V; Physical Dimension: 41.5mm x 41.5mm x 17.78mm; Maximum VSWR: 1.5;
FIXED GUNN OSCILLATOR; Mounting Feature: CHASSIS MOUNT; Maximum VSWR: 1.5; Minimum Supply Voltage: 9 V; Maximum Supply Current: 500 mA; Output Power: 14 dBm;
FIXED GUNN OSCILLATOR; Mounting Feature: CHASSIS MOUNT; Minimum Operating Temperature: -30 Cel; Physical Dimension: 41.5mm x 41.5mm x 17.78mm; Nominal Operating Frequency: 10525 MHz; Maximum Operating Temperature: 70 Cel;
FIXED GUNN OSCILLATOR; Mounting Feature: CHASSIS MOUNT; Maximum Supply Current: 800 mA; Maximum VSWR: 1.5; Output Power: 20 dBm; Physical Dimension: 41.5mm x 41.5mm x 17.78mm;
Fixed Gunn Oscillators;
FIXED GUNN OSCILLATOR; Mounting Feature: CHASSIS MOUNT; Maximum VSWR: 1.5; Maximum Supply Current: 800 mA; Maximum Operating Temperature: 70 Cel; Physical Dimension: 41.5mm x 41.5mm x 17.78mm;
FIXED GUNN OSCILLATOR; Mounting Feature: CHASSIS MOUNT; Minimum Operating Temperature: -30 Cel; Maximum Operating Temperature: 70 Cel; Output Power: 10 dBm; Physical Dimension: 27.43mm x 19.3mm x 6.35mm;
27.43mm x 19.3mm x 6.35mm
FIXED GUNN OSCILLATOR; Mounting Feature: CHASSIS MOUNT; Maximum Supply Voltage: 6 V; Maximum Supply Current: 450 mA; Maximum Operating Temperature: 70 Cel; Nominal Operating Frequency: 35500 MHz;
FIXED GUNN OSCILLATOR; Mounting Feature: CHASSIS MOUNT; Minimum Supply Voltage: 8 V; Nominal Operating Frequency: 10525 MHz; Maximum Operating Temperature: 70 Cel; Output Power: 10 dBm;
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