Discrete semiconductors are individually packaged devices or arrays of individual devices (transistors, diodes, SCRs, etc.) that operate at signal levels or are used in power applications.
Diodes (2,300 suppliers)
Diodes are two-terminal semiconductors that allow current to flow through in only one direction.
Thyristors (772 suppliers)
Thyristors are a family of semiconductor devices that exhibit bi-stable current-voltage characteristics and can be switched between a high-impedance, low-current off state and a low-impedance, high-current on state.
Transistors (1,658 suppliers)
Transistors are three-terminal semiconductors which use an input signal controls to output current. They are normally used for amplification and switching applications.