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Murata inductors target in-vehicle PoC systems on SerDes interface

Murata is introduced the LQW21FT_0H series, said to be the world’s smallest inductors with broadband impedance for in-vehicle power-over-coax (PoC) circuit of SerDes-based interfacing.

The LQW21FT_0H series is compliant to AEC-Q200 and delivers a combination of both broadband impedance and high-current performance. Thanks to state of the art technologies for both ceramic material and coil structure, Murata can supply these components in a space-saving size format that other manufacturers simply cannot match. They are housed in a compact 0805 inch case size, with 2mm x 1.2mm x 1.6mm dimensions.

The LQW21FT_0H series inductors are well suited to PoC use cases. As well as their elevated broadband impedance levels, they exhibit superior saturation properties. Inductance values from 0.47 µH to 2 µH can be specified, with respective current ratings of 1 A and 0.45 A. The heightened operating temperatures that these inductors can support makes them attractive for automotive implementation (reaching up to 125°C).

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Neil Tyler

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