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    MEMS Devices - (41 companies)
    ...and MEMS switches for other applications are also available. Like other integrated circuits (ICs), MEMS devices are built in semiconductor materials such as silicon and with IC process sequences such as complementary metal-oxide semiconductor (CMOS... Learn More
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    MEMS Processing Equipment - (40 companies)
    ...processing equipment is used to make other types of micro machines, including optical switches, inkjet print heads, and actuators for operating read/write components. Suppliers of MEMS processing equipment conform to a variety of quality standards... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    RF Switches - (250 companies)
    RF signals. The colored lines denote the path of each input signal; by adjusting each switch the signals can be rerouted via any of the black lines in the image. Because this design uses only switches and does not require power dividers or attenuators... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Board Mount RF Filters - (56 companies)
    How to Select Board Mount RF Filters. Image Credit: Anatech Electronics, Inc. | Skyworks Solutions, Inc. | Avago Technologies. Board mount RF filters are devices mounted to a printed circuit board (PCB) which pass or reject signals by frequency... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    RF Filters and Microwave Filters - (404 companies)
    RF filters and microwave filters are devices that pass or reject signals by frequency. Basic types include bandpass filters, band reject filters, low pass filters, and high pass filters. RF Filters and Microwave Filters Information. RF filters... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Liquid Level Sensors - (717 companies)
    ...sensors involve the opening or closing of a mechanical switch through either direct contact or magnetic operation from a device which floats on the surface of the measured liquid. Optical sensors detect the decrease or change in transmission of infrared... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Antennas - (1111 companies)
    ...with a system to safeguard against lightning strikes. Inductivity between the transmitter and the antenna limits the voltage spike. A device on the transmitter monitors the voltage of the antenna and switches the transmitter off so long as the antenna... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Oscillators - (566 companies)
    ...that are modules or boards are also available. Connectorized devices attach with coaxial or radio frequency (RF) connectors. Waveguide assemblies consist of a hollow metallic conductor with a rectangular, elliptical, or circular cross-section. Some... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Current Sensors - (264 companies)
    ...transmissions. Switches and audible signals - The sensor can also be connected to a switch or an audible alarm which indicates current level via a noise or process change. Modulated frequency outputs - The current sensor can output any of the frequency outputs... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Pressure Sensors - (1094 companies)
    ...the wireless signal is a radio frequency (RF) signal. Switch sensors change the output to a switch or relay closure to turn the system on or off with changes in pressure. Temperature output devices provide temperature measurement outputs in addition... Search by Specification | Learn More
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MEMS switch for cell-phone RF (radio-frequency) front-ends. The MEMS effort at RFMD includes electrical engineers, physicists, and chemical engineers. "MEMS can be an interesting place to work because it is multidisciplinary, " says Hammond. "You are actuating a machine with currents and voltages, so...

The simplest solid-state RF switch employs a PIN diode as a switching element. PIN diodes are named for a region of undoped intrinsic semiconductor lying between their p and n-type material. This area eliminates capacitance effects between the n and p-type areas that can otherwise lower device...

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