porcelain capacitor

porcelain capacitor

[′pȯrs·lən kə′pas·əd·ər]
(electricity)
A fixed capacitor in which the dielectric is a high grade of porcelain, molecularly fused to alternate layers of fine silver electrodes to form a monolithic unit that requires no case or hermetic seal.
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The AQ series of low loss porcelain capacitors is designed for RF/microwave applications ranging from 10 MHz to 4.