Our Available Line of RF Products

Now that we’ve covered a general overview, the materials used, the importance of the Q factor in RF Inductors, typical applications, the construction of the RF Inductor, and a comparison of these inductors, our blog series continues with our available line of RF products.

Wurth Electronics Midcom offers many RF products and a component selector can be used to pick out components for RF circuits. As an overview, we have ceramic and ferrite type inductors. We also have filters, low pass and band pass, as well as antennas for different types of signals.

In the world of inductors, the ceramic that we have include wire wound, thin film, and multilayer. For the ferrites, we have high current and standards because we use our ferrite, again, for high frequency.

Now we will talk about the series and the characteristics between them. For the wire wounds, we have the WE-KI. For the multilayers, we have the WE-MK. For the thin film, we have the WE-TCI.

In addition, we have ferrite types of inductors with high currents including the WE-RFH and the standard WE-RFI. Again, they are primarily used for RFID tuning.

In the world of filters, we have low path, band path, and balancing on a valence circuit. There are different frequencies for different types of applications. For antennas, they vary based on the type of signal. Therefore, it’s a matter of looking at the table and figuring out what would be the right antenna for the protocol that you are interested in designing.

Want to learn more? Stay tuned for more posts about the definition of RFC’s, the materials used, the importance of the Q factor, applications and constructions, types of products, tutorials, and general questions.

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