Transistors

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Transistors are electronic devices made of semiconductor material that amplify a signal or open or close a circuit. Search by Specification | Learn More about Transistors
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Voltage Reference Chips

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Voltage references are electronic circuits that produce a constant output voltage (reference) that is used to compare other voltages in a system. Search by Specification | Learn More about Voltage Reference Chips

Bipolar RF Transistors

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Bipolar RF transistors consist of an N-type or P-type layer sandwiched between two layers of the opposite type. They are designed to handle high-power radio frequency (RF) signals in devices such as stereo amplifiers, radio transmitters, and television monitors. Search by Specification | Learn More about Bipolar RF Transistors
...the interaction between generation and check functions. Image credit: T4planet. Logic Families. A parity checker's logic family technology is one of its more important specifications. Some examples include: Transistor-transistor logic (TTL) and related... Search by Specification | Learn More about Parity Checkers and Generators

Oscillators

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...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 about Oscillators
...such as: - 4.5. - 3.3 V. - 3 V. 1.2 V. 1.5 V. 1.8 V. 2.5 V. 3 V. 3.3 V. 3.6 V. Operating temperature is a full-required range. How to Select. Selecting monostable multivibrators requires an analysis of logic families. Transistor-transistor logic (TTL... Search by Specification | Learn More about Monostable Multivibrators

Darlington Transistors

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Darlington transistors (Darlington pairs) are semiconductor devices that combine two bipolar transistors in a single device. They provide high current gain (commonly written SS) and require less space than configurations that use two discrete transistors. Search by Specification | Learn More about Darlington Transistors

Crossed Roller Slides

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Crossed roller slides are simple linear motion devices that consist of a stationary base and a moving carriage. The rollers are crossed at a 90 angle in an alternating fashion and are enclosed in the rails, which have a machined V-shaped groove to support the rollers. Search by Specification | Learn More about Crossed Roller Slides

RF Transistors

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RF transistors are designed to handle high-power radio frequency (RF) signals in devices such as stereo amplifiers, radio transmitters, and television monitors. Search by Specification | Learn More about RF Transistors
Power bipolar transistors are semiconductors in which a base n-type or p-type layer is sandwiched between emitter and collector layers of the opposite type. The junctions between the semiconductor sections amplify weak incoming electrical signals. Search by Specification | Learn More about Power Bipolar Transistors
Voltage dividers and voltage references provide highly-accurate reference voltages for calibration and testing purposes. Search by Specification | Learn More about Voltage Dividers and Voltage References
Insulated gate bipolar transistors (IGBT) are bipolar transistors with an insulated gate. They combine the advantages of the bipolar transistor (high voltage and current) with the advantages of the MOSFET (low power consumption and high switching). Search by Specification | Learn More about Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistors (IGBT)

RF MOSFET Transistors

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MOSFET RF transistors are metal-oxide semiconductor field-effect transistors (MOSFETs) that are designed to handle high-power RF signals from devices such as stereo amplifiers, radio transmitters, TV monitors, etc. Search by Specification | Learn More about RF MOSFET Transistors
Junction field-effect transistors (JFET) consist of a semiconductor channel in which the width and the conductivity of the channel is controlled by the space-charge region associated with the p-n region. Search by Specification | Learn More about Junction Field-Effect Transistors (JFET)