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|More Info||Vendor||Part Number||Model||Body Style||Component||Max Freq (GHz)||Part Values||Features|
|Coilcraft||0603CS||IND-CLC-0603-101-S||0603||Inductor||20||1.6 - 390 nH||SS, PS, VS|
|ATC||600S||CAP-ATC-0603-101-S||0603||Capacitor||20||0.1 pF-100 pF||SS, PS, VS, OS|
|ATC||800B||CAP-ATC-800B-201-S||Case B||Capacitor||20||0.1 - 1000pF||SS, PS, OS, VS|
|Presidio||BB0502X7R104M||CAP-PRS-0502-001-S||0502||Capacitor||50||DC Block||BB, SS|
|MuRata||GRM2165C2A||CAP-MUR-0805-001-S||0805||Capacitor||9||10-470 pF||SS, VS|
|Toko||LL2012-FHL||IND-TKO-0805-002-S||0805||Inductor||9||33-680 nH||SS, VS|
|Nitronex||NPT1012||HMT-NIT-NPT1012-001-S||Package||GaN HEMT||4||NL, TS, LP|
|KOA||RK73x1J||RES-KOA-0603-101-S||0603||Resistor||10||1 – 1M Ohms||SS, PS, VS|
|Note #||Title||Date||Example Files|
|39||Accurate Co-Simulation Of Surface-Mount Capacitors In Shunt Configurations||1/1/2014|
|36||Effects Of Over-Molding On Surface Mount Capacitors And Inductors||1/1/2014|
|35||Proximity Effects In Closely-Spaced Surface Mount Passive Components||1/1/2014|
|26||Capacitor PI Network For Impedance Matching||1/1/2014|
|22||Part Value Tolerance In Surface Mount Components||1/1/2014|
|21||Filter Design Using 0201 Surface Mount LC'S||1/1/2014|
|20||Lumped Element Band-Pass Filter Design And Optimization||1/1/2014|
|19||Lumped Element High-Pass Filter Design And Optimization||1/1/2014|
|18||Lumped Element Low-Pass Filter Design And Optimization||1/1/2014|
|17||Lumped Element Filter Design And Optimization||1/1/2014|
|15||Reducing Part Count In Low-Pass Filter Designs||1/1/2014|
|14||Capacitor Tee Network Characteristics||1/1/2014|