Diodes - RF

RF Diodes are a semiconductor device with two terminals that allows the flow of electricity in one direction and restricts the flow in the other. The devices in this family are used in radio frequency matching circuits for electronic tuning. The diode types are pin, Schottky, and standard, with reverse voltages ranging from 1 to 15,000 volts and current values ranging from 10 mA to 20 A.

Items 1-20 of 1979

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