Termination Resistor Runs At 40 GHz

Sept. 14, 2006
Tt electronics' IRC Advanced Film Division has developed a microwave/RF termination resistor rated for operation at frequencies up to 40 GHz, giving designers a rugged resistive device specifically designed for transmission-line termination at high freque

Tt electronics’ IRC Advanced Film Division has developed a microwave/RF termination resistor rated for operation at frequencies up to 40 GHz, giving designers a rugged resistive device specifically designed for transmission-line termination at high frequencies. Designated the MWR series, the microwave chip resistor is an ultra-stable corrosion-resistant device suitable for use in harsh environments. The planar ceramic flip-chip package keeps the resistive element in the same plane as the circuit, minimizing parasitic inductance and capacitance.

The MWR series microwave chip resistors feature resistance values of 50 and 75 Ω with tolerances down to ±1%. The chips have absolute temperature coefficients of resistance (TCRs) to ±25 ppm/°C, noise characteristics of less than –20 dB, and stray distributed capacitance of less than 0.05 pF. Power rating for the chip resistors is 250 mW at 40°C and 125 mW at 70°C, with a maximum operating voltage of 50 V. Operating temperature ranges from –55°C to 100°C.

TT electronics IRC Advanced Film Division
www.irctt.com/microwave

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