Re: PIN diodes: mail-order?

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From: Dana Myers (myers@bigboy73.West.Sun.COM)
Date: Thu Mar 30 1995 - 19:15:33 EST


> From owner-qrp-l@netcom.com Thu Mar 30 16:16 PST 1995
> Mime-Version: 1.0
> Date: Thu, 30 Mar 1995 14:15:45 -0800
> To: qrp-l@netcom.com
> From: burdick@interval.com (Wayne Burdick)
> Subject: PIN diodes: mail-order?
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> Anyone know of a mail-order source for PIN diodes? I'd like to identify a
> source that the average home-builder can buy from before I spec them into
> my latest project. I'm prototyping with a Motorola MPN3700, but just about
> any PIN diode will work.
>
> You can buy PIN diodes from industry vendors like Hamilton/Hallmark, but
> mail-order places like Mouser and Digikey don't seem to carry any.

Hamilton/Halmark has a $50 minimum order, but is happy to do
minimum, or so I was told maybe a year ago when I made an $80
order. Why not use them?


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