Frequency Response : The frequency response of a chip resistor is primarily determined by its inductive and capacitive properties and is nearly ideal into the GHz region. The interelectrode capacitance of our resistors is typically 0.05 to 0.12 picofarads. The actual value is determined by the size of the chip (smaller case sizes have lower capacitance) and the termination style (planar, style A, devices have lower capacitance than wraparound, style C, devices). Inductance is typically less than 0.5 nanohenries, with the same design influences as listed for the capacitance values of the chips.

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