April 28, 2001 in Social Responsibility News

SEM Has Developed Copper Electrode MLCC for High-Frequency Devices

Samsung Electro-Mechanics (www.sem.samsung.com ) has successfully developed a copper electrode MLCC for high frequency devices of more than 1 GHz. Potential applications for the new high-tech component, which is 10 times more expensive than current items, include IMT2000 and Bluetooth devices.

The new copper electrode MLCC's ESR is just one-third that of existing palladium and nickel electrode MLCC and it is more stable under varying temperature condition with +- 30ppm. The new MLCC is the 1005 type, (measuring 1.0 x 0.5mm), with a capacitance typically of less than 10pF.

The successful development of this new state-of-the-art electronic component is further testimony to SEM's high-tech, high value-added R&D and production capability. The company's dedicated production base for the copper electrode MLCC can turn out 100 million units monthly.


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