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SemiGen, Inc.
920 Candia Road
Manchester, NH, 03109

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Fixed Attenuator Pads suit med- to high-power applications.   Return to story
Company Information:
SemiGen, Inc.
920 Candia Road
Manchester , NH  03109   USA
Phone: 603-624-8311
FAX: 603-624-8312
http://www.semigen.net
Public Relations:
Strand Marketing
Molly Heyward
USA
Phone: 978-463-0780
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General Information:
Jim Morgan
USA
Phone: 603-624-8311
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Fixed Attenuator Pads suit med- to high-power applications.

Fixed Attenuator Pads suit med- to high-power applications.

SemiGen, Inc.    Manchester, NH 03109
May 28, 2014 Measuring 0.030 x 0.030 in., Fixed Attenuator Pads are available in range of power handling options from 1–5 W CW. Units offer flat response from DC to 50 GHz, return losses of >18 dB from DC–14 GHz and >16 dB from 15–50 GHz, and temperature stability of <100 ppm. Thin-film technology allows attenuator pads to have full side wraps for SMT installation and complete grounding backside to facilitate attachment. No ground bonding is required.  
RF/Microwave Assembly Services accelerate manufacturing.

RF/Microwave Assembly Services accelerate manufacturing.

SemiGen, Inc.    Manchester, NH 03109
Mar 20, 2014 With fully automatic, epoxy dispense system and fully automatic, wire bonder capable of wedge, ball, and ribbon bonding, SemiGen, Inc. offers RF/Microwave design and automated assembly services. Consulting services for manufacture of RF, microwave, and millimeter-wave circuits and assemblies, with particular focus in mixed RF/digital assembly, including microcontrollers, is provided. SemiGen can source, manufacture, encapsulate, singulate, and automatically test customers’ designs.
Microwave Chip Capacitors offer long-term stability.

Microwave Chip Capacitors offer long-term stability.

SemiGen, Inc.    Manchester, NH 03109
Jun 12, 2013 Consisting of Oxide/Nitride layer, Series 8000 offers working voltage >50 V and capacitance from 2.0–600 pF, while Series 8100 offers working voltage of more than 100 V and capacitance from 0.1–399 pF. Gold contacts are provided on front and back, and die thinness of as little as 3 mils is achievable for limiting inductance. Devices are suited for applications that require DC protection, RF bypassing, or fixed tuning, such as RF amplifiers, oscillators, switches, filters, and multipliers.




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Oct 03, 2012

Diodes Added to SemiGen's RF Supply Center


May 08, 2012

SemiGen Purchases Palomar 8000 Automatic Ball Bonder to Address the Automated Assembly Needs of RF/Microwave and Optical LED Manufacturers


Apr 03, 2012

White Paper Discusses Advantages of Keeping Assembly Onshore






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