standard inductor

standard inductor

[′stan·dərd in′dək·tər]
(electromagnetism)
An inductor (coil) having high stability of inductance value, with little variation of inductance with current or frequency and with a low temperature coefficient; it may have an air core or an iron core; used as a primary standard in laboratories and as a precise working standard for impedance measurements.
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The inductors selected are a standard inductor with thin metal underpass, a MLP multilayer inductor with 9 [micro]m thick spiral metallization and a 3-D inductor.
With all of these technology attributes, a Q of 17 can be achieved for a 1 nH inductor at 5 GHz by using a standard inductor device from the device library.
Another solution is to use two standard inductors symmetrically placed.
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