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Exxelia Launches UltraBroadband Capacitor Series

September 11, 2019 by EXXELIA

Exxelia launches its three new Ultra-Broadband Capacitor Series at European Microwave Week 2019 in Paris.

Exxelia, a leading global designer and manufacturer of high-reliability passive components pleased to announce the launch of its new ultra-broadband series UBZ, UBL and XBL at the European Microwave Week tradeshow in Paris from October 1 through October 3, 2019.

Thanks to its strong experience in MLCC manufacturing, Exxelia extends its RF capacitors product offer by developing the three ultra-broadband series XBL, UBL and UBZ.  Available in standard EIA sizes compatible with SMT pick & place and with any soldering processes thanks to its highly reliable ceramic material, Exxelia new ultra-broadband series ensures an ultra-low insertion loss and excellent return loss over a wide bandwidth up to 40GHz.


TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS                                                          

  • EIA 0201 and 0402 case sizes                                                    
  • Capacitance: 100nF
  • Low insertion loss up to 40 GHz
  • RoHS compliant



DC Blocking, coupling, and bypassing



  • Optoelectronics / high-speed data
  • Broadband test equipment & applications
  • Broadband microwave / millimeter-wave amplifiers and oscillators

The XBL, UBL and UBZ ultra-broadband series are now available for orders.


About Exxelia

Exxelia is a manufacturer of complex passive components and precision subsystems focusing on highly demanding end-markets, applications and functions. Exxelia product portfolio includes wide ranges of capacitors, filters, position sensors, slip rings, wound magnetic components and high-precision mechanical parts. Products are commonly used for power electronics, power generation, energy storage, and signal filtering functions in numerous leading industrial areas such as aviation, defense, space, medical, railway, oil & gas and telecommunications.

Exxelia is valued for its ability to meet complex specifications and develop standard and custom products complying with the most demanding qualification procedures intended to critical functions (MIL, QPL,...).