Low Temperature Co-fired Ceramic - Components - Inductors

Inductors

Inductors are formed by printing conductor windings on ferrite ceramic tape. Depending on the desired inductance and current carrying capabilities a partial winding to several windings may be printed on each layer. Under certain circumstances a non ferrite ceramic may be used. This is most common for hybrid circuits where capacitors, inductors, and resistors will all be present and for high operating frequency applications where the Hysteresis loop of the ferrite becomes an issue.

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