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Rogers Corp.'s RT/duroid® 6035HTC is a high-thermal-conductivity (HTC) laminate material engineered for low loss in high power circuits. The fluoropolymer composite material is ideal for RF and microwave applications in military and high reliability (hi-rel) applications required to handle high power levels, such as power amplifiers. Rogers RT/duroid 6035HTC laminates feature a relative dielectric constant of 3.5 at 10 GHz.
Rogers Corporation has developed the perfect prepreg match to its popular RO4360™ laminates: RO4460™ prepregs. Both materials feature consistent dielectric constant (Dk) of 6.15 ± 0.15 and low dielectric loss of 0.003 at 2.5 GHz. Together, they form an ideal system for fabricating compact, cost-sensitive multilayer amplifiers, antennas, and other high-frequency circuits where space is at a premium.
Rogers has launched the groundbreaking RO4360 high frequency laminates, the latest addition to the RO4000® product family. RO4360 thermoset laminate materials are specially formulated to meet a Dk of 6.15 and exhibit a low dissipation factor of 0.0038 at 10 GHz. RO4360 laminates possess a Z-axis coefficient of thermal expansion of 30 ppm/°C (CTE) for dependable plated-through-hole (PTH) quality in multilayer circuit and package designs.
Rogers Advanced Circuit Materials (ACM) Division employees will be at IMAPS Device Packaging 2010, offering information on ULTRALAM® 3000 laminates, RO2808™ laminates, and RO4000® circuit board materials, including the recently launched RO4360™ laminate (6.15 Dk), which many in the field believe is a very effective cost-down replacement for LTCC (low temperature co-fired ceramic) packaging designs.
Rogers Corporation will feature a variety of its advanced materials solutions for the electronic design and semiconductor industries at DesignCon 2010 in Santa Clara, CA, including Theta™ printed circuit materials, ULTRALAM® 3000 laminates, RO2808™ laminates, and RO4000® LoPro™ circuit board materials.Theta laminates and prepregs are environmentally friendly, high-performance FR-4 materials compatible with lead-free assembly processing.
More cushioning and sealing, less wasted space, enables thinner designs. As handheld devices decrease in size and increase in functionality, achieving the proper balance of sealing and protection with the requirements of an ultra thin application can be an extreme design challenge. To help address this need, Rogers Corporation has specifically engineered the PORON ThinStik family of self-adhesive solutions.
The Advanced Circuit Materials (ACM) Division of Rogers Corp. recently introduced its RO3730™ laminates, tailored for the special needs of high-frequency antenna designers requiring cost-effective PTFE laminates. These ceramic-filled laminate materials are reinforced by woven fiber glass with optimized glass and filler loading for excellent structural stability and outstanding electrical performance.
The Advanced Circuit Materials (ACM) Division of Rogers Corporation has introduced RO4360™ laminates, developed for the special requirements of high-frequency amplifier designers. RO4360 laminates feature a dielectric constant of 6.15 and loss of 0.003 at 2.5 GHz. The laminates are based on a ceramic-filled, thermoset resin system reinforced by glass fiber for excellent mechanical stability compared to PTFE woven glass.
The Advanced Circuit Materials (ACM) Division of Rogers Corp. recently introduced RO4730™ LoPro™ laminates for base station, RFID and other antenna designs. RO4730 LoPro laminate materials combine low-loss dielectric with low-profile copper foil for reduced passive intermodulation (PIM) and low insertion loss.
The Durel Division of Rogers Corporation has announced an addition to its high-performance electroluminescent (EL) lamp driver integrated circuits (ICs) - D392A. The D392A EL lamp driver delivers the programmable output voltages needed to power a wide range of EL lamps, including in portable applications such as cellular telephones, data organizers and PDAs, remote controls, monochrome LCDs, and DFLX™ EL keypad lamps.
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