In the 1940s radio was an important means of communication. Super heterodyne radio used Murata’s tubular 500pf ceramic capacitors with titanium oxide as dielectric material for temperature compensation.
Murata Manufacturing – Electronic Components
Passive components like Capacitors, Resistors, Thermistors, Coils(Inductors), Delay Lines, Resonators, Noise Suppression Products and EMI Suppression Filters.
Audio Visual Parts like Spherical Speaker Products, Sound Components Filters, Modules for Audio Visual Equipment,
They also have Components and Modules for Communication Equipment. Special Sensors and Optical Products.
Wireless Products – Murata Wireless Connectivity Products and Platforms
Murata RF modules are designed to simplify wireless development and certification by minimizing the amount of RF expertise you need to wirelessly enable a wide range of applications.
Reasons for requiring EMI suppression filters
Chapter 1 describes the reasons for using EMI suppression filters, and explains how shields and filters used for electromagnetic noise suppression work.
Various kinds of Capacitors for Electronics, Electric Apparatuses and Power Utilities. Positive thermistors, Switching power supplies. Capacitor applied system and equipment. Double-layer Capacitors too.
Nichicon – Capacitors and Special Components
“Since its founding in 1950, Nichicon has constantly been involved in the development, production, and sales of capacitors, circuit products, and other kinds of electronic components that are essential for many types of electronics.”
Start of Mass-Production of Thin-Film Strain-Gauge-Type 3-Axial Force Sensors with Built-in Amp Among Industry’s Smallest, with High Sensitivity and High Reliability
The product is one of the smallest in the industry and offers high sensitivity and high reliability. Nippon Liniax develops, produces, and markets measuring systems in a range of fields with a focus on strain-gauge-type pressure sensors and transducers. The product uses Nichicon’s proprietary thin-film processing technology.
1956 – Established Kyoto Factory for production of aluminum electrolytic capacitors.
1961 – Started production of solid tantalum electrolytic capacitors.