DeWAL DW 500 is a one-step plasma masking tape constructed of a silicone rubber with glass cloth backing coated with an aggressive, high-temperature silicone adhesive. It will withstand the challenges of grit blast and plasma spray while protecting parts from overspray and splash.
The RO4400™ bondply family is comprised of three grades based on the RO4000 series core materials, and are compatible in multi-layer constructions with RO4003C, RO4350B, RO4360G2, RO4835 or RO4000 LoPro laminates. A high postcure Tg makes RO4400 series bondply an excellent choice for multi-layers requiring sequential laminations as fully cured RO4400 bondplys are capable of handling multiple lamination cycles.
Millimeter-wave frequency bands hold valuable spectrum for what lies ahead: fifth-generation (5G) wireless communications and automotive collision-avoidance radar systems. For that to happen, low-loss laminates must be available for circuits operating from 60 through 77 GHz, without performance limitations placed by the glass weave effect at those high frequencies. Just what is the “glass weave” effect and what does it have to do with millimeter-wave circuits? It’s all about the wavelengths.
Rogers Corp. showcases advanced battery technology for electric (EV) & hybrid vehicles (HEV), utility & renewable energy support, portable electronics, medical technology, military and telecommunications. These include curamik® Power, curamik Power Plus, curamik Performance, ROLINX® Hybrid laminated busbars, ROLINX POWERCIRCUIT® Solutions, ROLINX Compact, ROLINX Flex, and ROLINX Housing Solutions.
Rogers Corp. will bring its materials expertise to PCB West on September 14 at the Santa Clara Convention Center (Santa Clara, CA), booth 201. Rogers will exhibit its high-performance circuit materials in addition to supporting a technical symposium for printed-circuit-board (PCB) users and designers with a presentation on the effects of conductor metal surface roughness on high-frequency PCB performance.