Products/Services for Step Recovery Diode Pulser

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    Diodes - (741 companies)
    ...with a Net Value Greater than Zero Volts. Rectification. Schottky Diode. Low Forward Voltage; No Reverse Recovery Time. High Frequency; High Speed Switching. Tunnel Diode. Region of Negative Resistance in Forward Bias Region; Narrow Depletion Region. Low...
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    Diode Arrays - (94 companies)
    Diode arrays are composed of multiple discrete (usually unconnected) diodes on a single silicon chip. Diode arrays are important semiconductor products because they save assembly time and improve reliability over individually packaged diodes...
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    Rectifiers - (273 companies)
    ...specifications for rectifier diodes include average rectified current, reverse current, forward voltage, peak forward surge current, reverse recovery time, and junction operating temperature. Average rectified current (Io) is the maximum allowable continuous...
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    Step Recovery Diodes - (38 companies)
    Step recovery diodes produce an abrupt turn-off (step) time by allowing a very fast release of stored charge when switching from forward to reverse bias, and from reverse to forward bias. Single step recovery diodes consist of one diode built...
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    Pulse Generators - (95 companies)
    Pulse generators are electrical test equipment used to generate pulses that are injected into devices under test in order to study the behavior of these devices. Basic pulse generators allow users to control: the frequency or pulse repetition rate...
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    Stepper Motors (rotary) - (415 companies)
    ...and tape and disk drive systems. Stepper motor systems consist of two basic components: an electric motor and a controller system. During operation, a controller supplies pulses to a driver, which interprets these signals to send proportional...
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    Transformers - (1896 companies)
    ...visual overview of transformer basics and wiring. Video credit: Afrotechmods / CC BY-SA 4.0. Principle of Induction. A transformer's ability to step voltage up or down is achieved and determined by the principle of induction, which describes...
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    RF Diodes - (46 companies)
    ...in electronic tuning systems to eliminate the use of and need for moving parts. Step-recovery diodes are designed for very high frequency (VHF) and fast-switching applications. Tunnel diodes and Gunn diodes are used in oscillators and other RF...
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    Pulse Transformers - (86 companies)
    Pulse transformers interface a pulse forming network (PFN) and a load. They match the impedance of the load to the PFN in order to maximize power-transfer efficiency. Pulse forming networks (PFNs) collect electrical energy over a relatively long...
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    Schottky Diodes - (176 companies)
    ...and because there are no minority carriers, there is no reverse recovery current as with other types of diodes. Performance. Schottky diodes are used in high-frequency applications and fast-switching digital circuits. They have low forward voltages...

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