Resistance layers made from very fine titanium and vanadium nitride powders produced in low-temperature plasma retain their good operating characteristics over a wide range of resistance.
Use of a very finely divided mixed titanium-vanadium nitride of composition TixVyN makes it possible to control the sign and magnitude of the TCR of the resistance element.
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Troitskii, V.N., Grebtsov, B.M., Nikulin, Y.N. et al. Composite resistors based on powders produced in low-temperature plasma. Powder Metall Met Ceram 16, 13–15 (1977). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01129701
- Operating Characteristic
- Resistance Layer