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October 7th, 2009

Thin-film capacitors best for RF designers

Abstract:
Radio frequency (RF) designers should be using thin-film capacitors for best results, one firm has claimed.

AVX representatives Bharat Rawal and Chris Reynolds said that due the electronic components use of highly stable dielectrics like silicon oxide, thin-film capacitors can achieve great accuracy.

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