SemiGen PIN Diodes Offer Low Capacitance And Resistance Plus High Reliability
SemiGen, Inc. an ISO and ITAR registered RF/Microwave assembly, automated PCB manufacturing, and RF Supply Center, offers PIN diodes that feature low capacitance and resistance, high reliability, and easy bonding with F.A.C. mesas.
SemiGen’s new RF Supply Center provides high-quality PIN diodes that can be shipped or ordered for kits on the SemiGen floor. SemiGen diodes are proprietary, high-quality designs that are fabricated in the United States using a qualified foundry partner.
The SemiGen SGP7000 series of PIN diodes are processed with a high-resistivity epi that has intrinsic layers, which range in thickness from 4 micron to 200 micron depending on performance specifications. These devices are typically manufactured with either a robust thermal-oxide passivation or ceramic glass for durable high-power applications. These diodes are made with a grown junction P++ layer that yields abrupt junction structures that provide low punch through voltages and minimize autodoping. They are available as chips or in your choice of packages.
The series includes high-voltage, medium-power/general-purpose, high-power switching and attenuation, ultra-fast switching, and fast-switching/low-power products. Ideal applications are low- to high-power switch, attenuator, duplexer and phase-shifting applications from 2 to 20 GHz.
About SemiGen, Inc.
Established in 2009, SemiGen is a contract manufacturing and supply resource for RF/Microwave and PCB related industries. Services include RF hybrid assembly, semiconductor die packaging, automated PCB manufacturing and testing. They’re also a fully stocked provider of RF/Microwave bonding supplies and critical diodes and components. Partnering with SemiGen allows component and subsystem suppliers opportunities to reduce manufacturing costs and meet challenging deadlines. Serving the military electronics, commercial device, and medical instrumentation markets, their production line and test department is capable of handling prototype through high volume requirements up through 50 GHz. For more information, visit www.semigen.net
SOURCE: SemiGen, Inc.