Johanson Technology
About Johanson Technology


About Johanson Technology

Johanson Technology Incorporated is located in Camarillo, California, and has over fifteen years experience specializing in the design and manufacture of high quality RF & Microwave ceramic chip capacitors.

JTI previously operated as the Special Products Group of Johanson Dielectrics and in 1993 was separately incorporated to consistently focus our expertise in meeting customer needs for specialized and custom ceramic capacitor products as well as embark on research and development of new passive ceramic components for the wireless market sector.

Key products from Johanson Technologies are:

Capacitors: Ceramic Capacitors; RF Multilayer Capacitors.

Filters: Ceramic, Diplexers, Directional Coupler, Integrated Passive.

Components: High & Low-Pass Filters, Emi Filter, Directional Couplers, Ceramic Chip Baluns, Transformers, Inductors, Coils.

Chokes: Fixed, RF Ceramic Chip Inductors, Integrated Circuits, Modules, Units For RF And RFID: RF Antennas Johanson.

Technology is committed to making products of the highest quality, performance, and value, and stands ready to be your technology partner.

Featured Products

Balun-Filter Chips
Balun-Filter Chips

Johanson Technology Chipset Specific Baluns & Balun-Filter Combos offer highly integtrated and optimised passive front end solutions for popular RFICs making it easier to bring RF designs to production.

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High-Q Capacitor Kit
High-Q Capacitor Kit

Johanson's E-Series (EIA 1111 and also 2525 & 3838) capacitors provide designers with 28 different values that provide excellent high-Q performance from HF to Microwave frequencies.

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RF Wirewound Chip Inductors
RF Wirewound Chip Inductors

These high frequency High-Q chip inductors feature a monolithic body made of low loss ceramic wound with wire to achieve optimal high frequency performance.

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