Diodes - RF

Diodes – RF are a type of semiconductor device designed to operate in high-frequency applications, typically above 1 GHz. They are used to control the flow of electrical current in radio frequency (RF) circuits and systems, such as cellular networks, satellite communications, and radar systems. These diodes are engineered to have low capacitance, high linearity, and fast switching times to ensure minimal signal distortion and maximum efficiency. They are available in various types, including Schottky diodes, PIN diodes, and varactor diodes, each with its own specific characteristics suited for different RF applications.

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