advertisment Advertisement
advertisment Advertisement
advertisment Advertisement
advertisment Advertisement

Articles Tagged with ''circuits''

Remtec introduces new leadless ceramic SMT packages for optoelectronic circuits

Remtec Inc., a leading manufacturer of substrates and packages using PCTF® (plated copper on thick and thin film) metallization, has applied its time-proven leadless ceramic SMT substrate technology to the development of a new line of standard SMT leadless packages for electro optical circuits matching standard TO-type window lids.


Read More

Advanced Microcircuit Metallization Process

 

Metallization ServicesMetrigraphics announced it has developed an advanced process for applying metal layers to circuit substrates and to polyimide layers on multilayer circuits. The process works for both rigid and flexible circuits. Metallization layers can range in thickness from 10 microns to over 100 microns. Substrates can range up to 12” X 12” or 144 square inches.


Read More

Metrigraphics' additive process yields substrate-based thin film circuits

 Metrigraphics, a process development and manufacturing resource for ultra-miniature passive circuits and structures, announced it has developed new breakthroughs in processing substrate-based ultra-miniaturized circuits. The additive processes used are an alternative to traditional chemical etching, which causes circuit lines to slope, resulting in performance variations and yield issues.  


Read More

Micron-Scale Flexible Circuits

 

Flexible MicrocircuitsMetrigraphics announced it has achieved large-scale production of micron-scale flexible circuits six or more layers high, with traces (circuit lines) as narrow as three microns (11.81 x 10-5 inches). The circuits are so flexible they can be wrapped around objects with diameters as small as a pencil. Products include single-layer flex, multi-layer flex, coils, sensor components, and electrodes (neuro-stimulation).


Read More

No Account? Sign Up!

Get access to premium content and e-newsletters by registering on the web site.  You can also subscribe to Microwave Journal magazine.

Sign-Up

advertisment Advertisement