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PIN Diode HP P/N 5082-3188

PIN Diode HP P/N 5082-3188

PIN Diode HP P/N 5082-3188

Hewlett-Packard part # 5082-3188 is a PIN diode for RF switching that has been discontinued. I'm looking for a replacement for this part. The replacement must be in an axial leaded package similar to the 5082-3188.

Thank you,
Chuck M.

RE: PIN Diode HP P/N 5082-3188

Did you talk to HP or other pin diode manufacturers?

RE: PIN Diode HP P/N 5082-3188

Yes. I've talked with HP, Alpha, MA-COM, Advanced Semi, and Microsemi. I'm continuing my search.

RE: PIN Diode HP P/N 5082-3188

FYI, you might want to offer up some of that useful information since we don't know what you have already done.  You have actually spoken with those manufacturers and they didn't offer up a replacement part?

RE: PIN Diode HP P/N 5082-3188

They were not able to help. Other manufacturers I'm getting ready to contact are Philips, National, Rohm, Infineon, Rohm, NEC, and Zarlink.

RE: PIN Diode HP P/N 5082-3188

That's an HP internal part number. You have to speak with someone inside HP with access to their internal part information system to find out the manufacturer name(s) and part number.

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