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Parts by Number for Ka Band Top

Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
KA136 AmericanMicroSemi AMS Diodes:Miscellaneous Diodes:Band-Switching Diodes:General-Purpose Diodes:Miscellaneous Diodes:Band-Switching Diodes:General-Purpose
250224ECVA Allied Electronics, Inc. YOKOGAWA Not Provided DC Ammeter; Zero-Left; 50mV; Shunt Rated; New Big Look; 2.5 in; Taut Band; 1 kA
250324ECVA Allied Electronics, Inc. YOKOGAWA Not Provided DC Ammeter; Zero-Left; 50mV; Shunt Rated; New Big Look; 3.5 in; Taut Band; 1 kA
250424 ECVA Allied Electronics, Inc. YOKOGAWA Not Provided DC Ammeter; Zero-Left; 50mV; Shunt Rated; New Big Look; 4.5 in; Taut Band; 1 kA
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