Microwave Printed Circuit Board Material Rogers Introduced A New Product

- Jun 05, 2017-

Microwave printed circuit board material Rogers introduced a new product


The world's leading manufacturer of microwave printed circuit board materials, Rogers' Advanced Line Board Materials Division, has recently introduced rolled copper foils in its low dielectric constant RO3003 ™, RO3035 ™ and RO3203 ™ laminates. The smooth rolled copper layer, combined with the very low dielectric loss of the RO3000®PTFE ceramic resin, provides excellent insertion loss in high frequency circuit materials. These materials are ideal for the strict wear and tear requirements required in millimeter-wave circuit design, and circuit uniformity in millimeter-wave design is important, such as automotive radar sensors and point-to-point microwave backhaul communication systems. The RO3003 laminate with a dielectric constant of 3.0 is a reliable choice for the 77GHz automotive radar sensor and now offers a 1/2 ounce to 0.040 "thick rolled copper version, which greatly reduces insertion loss.

About RO3000 laminates

RO3000 high-frequency circuit materials are ceramic-filled PTFE composites, with a wide range of dielectric constant values, mainly for commercial microwave RF applications. This series of products is mainly in a very competitive price to provide superior electrical performance and stable mechanical properties. No fiberglass reinforced RO3000 series laminate compared to the same competitive material, - can provide a more unique isotropic electrical performance


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