Gowanda's MLRF1010 Series is QPL approved to
MIL-PRF-83446/04. The series provides surface mount inductors with inductance
from .01 to 27 uH, Q Min from 22 to 60, SRF MHz Min from 22 to 2700, DCR Ohms
Max from .06 to 6.9 and Current Rating dc mA from 120 to 1270.
The MLRF1010 Series was designed for RF applications in
military, aerospace and defense communities. This includes use in
communication, guidance and security applications, as well as in radar, test
and evaluation, and special mission applications or wherever designs require
QPL-approved inductor components with the performance offered by the MLRF1010
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