TDK's ANT series ceramic chip antennas feature compact and low profile designs utilizing low temperature co-fired ceramic technology (LTCC). Even with their small size and thin profile, TDK antennas maintain high performance and reliability, all with the industry's smallest "keep-out" area on the PCB which enable ease of PCB design and revision at each development stage.
The products in TDK's CU series of isolators/circulators are used as RF components in signal transmitting and receiving systems at locations such as mobile telephone base stations and microwave relay stations. With a diverse variety of frequencies, bandwidths, shape dimensions, terminal structures, and special specifications, their wide lineup extends from products accommodating low power for the initial stages of high-frequency amplifiers, to products accommodating high power for their final stages. This article clearly describes and explains information valuable for our customers related to the features of TDK's CU series of isolators/circulators.
The products in the SLF-H/LTF-D/CLF-NI-D series consist of wire-wound automotive grade power inductors provided with magnetic shielding by a ferrite ring core. Their lineup includes inductors with a wide variety of sizes and inductance values, which have the high reliability required to withstand the harsh environments of automotive use. They are ideal for application in various types of automotive equipment including meters, headlights, and ECMs.
The SPM series power inductors are the metal composite type wire-wound inductors that have the coils integrally molded with metallic magnetic powder. Compared to ferrite-base wire-wound inductors, the SPM series inductors realize larger current, lower Rdc, smaller size and superior DC bias characteristic. In addition, they ensure low magnetic flux leakage and are effective as a means to suppress acoustic noise of the coil. This article introduces the structure, features, and application of these products, and other information that helps you in an easy-to-understand way.
The TFM series of power inductors consists of compact, thin inductors developed with the skillful application of the thin-film processing techniques acquired by TDK throughout its past. By using metallic magnetic materials with high saturation magnetic flux densities, these products have furthermore achieved the outstanding DC superimposition characteristics required of power inductors. This article clearly describes and explains valuable information for our customers related to the products in the TFM series, including their structures, features, and uses.
The VLS series power inductors are magnetic shield (resin) type wound inductors that have been developed taking full advantage of the material technology and manufacturing processes that TDK have accumulated so far. This type of inductors can largely be classified into three categories: VLS-HBX/HBU series, VLS-CX series, and VLS-EX/AF/EX-H series; and they show respective excellent features. This article introduces the structure, features, and application purposes of these products, and other information that helps you in an easy-to-understand way.
TMR sensors are for EPS motors with high shares and can serve as rotation sensors, location sensors. We had the leader of the developing team tell us about some episodes of the technical aspects that led to the birth of TMR angle sensors.
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This article introduces a product overview of MEMS microphone.
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This article introduces a product overview of PiezoHapt™ actuator.
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This article introduces a product overview of wireless power transfer products.
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