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Broadband Resistor

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HUNTINGTON, N.Y., March 10, 2020 — Broadband ResistorPPI 2010 Broadband Resistors from Passive Plus Inc. are designed to operate at frequencies up to 50 GHz.

With microwave laser-trimming used to ensure a tight tolerance at high frequencies, the resistors are wire bondable, solderable, and can be used in a flip-chip configuration. They feature a standard resistance of 50 to 100 Ω and a resistance range of 3 to 1000 Ω. Power readings of up to 800 mW is feasible.

Applications include use in optical transceiver modules, broadband receivers, TOSA/ROSA, broadband test equipment, low noise amplifiers, and 5G in the opto-electronics, telecom, broadband, defense, and communications markets.
Mar 2020

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