A ceramic capacitor is a capacitor that uses ceramic materials as a medium, coats a metal film on the ceramic surface, and then sinters at a high temperature as an electrode. The classification of ceramic capacitors can be divided into high-frequency ceramic capacitors and low-frequency ceramic capacitors.
1. High-frequency ceramic capacitor
High-frequency ceramic capacitors are generally mainly used in circuits with higher stable oscillations, so their stability requirements are relatively high. For example, the more common coupling capacitors and high-voltage bypasses will choose high-frequency ceramic capacitors. . The main advantage is that it can withstand high temperatures and is relatively resistant to wear. For example, high-voltage ceramic capacitors are used on TV receivers that are common in daily life.