Product Details Specification: RO4350B? materials are proprietary woven glass reinforced hydrocarbon/ceramics with electrical performance close to PTFE/woven glass and the manufacturability of epoxy/ glass. Providing tight control on dielectric constant and low loss while utilizing the same...
RO4350B materials are proprietary woven glass reinforced hydrocarbon/ceramics with electrical performance close to PTFE/woven glass and the manufacturability of epoxy/ glass.
Providing tight control on dielectric constant and low loss while utilizing the same processing method as standard epoxy/glass, RO4350B is available at a fraction of the cost of conventional microwave laminates. No special through-hole treatments or handling procedures are required as with PTFE based microwave materials.
RO4350B materials are UL 94V-0 rated for active devices and high power RF designs.
Cellular Base Station Antennas and Power Amplifiers
Microwave point to point (P2P) links
Automotive Radar and Sensors
RF Identification (RFID) Tags
LNB’s for Direct Broadcast Satellites
Radio frequency (RF) and microwave PCB’s are a type of PCB designed to operate on signals in the megahertz to gigahertz frequency ranges (medium frequency to extremely high frequency). These frequency ranges are used for communication signals in everything from cellphones to military radars. The materials used to construct these PCB’s are advanced composites with very specific characteristics for dielectric constant (Er), loss tangent, and CTE (co-efficient of thermal expansion).
High frequency circuit materials with a low stable Er and loss tangent allow for high speed signals to travel through the PCB with less impedance than standard FR-4 PCB materials. These materials can be mixed in the same Stack-Up for optimal performance and economics.
Min hole size 0.2mm
Surface: Immersion gold
Application: Home appliances, power, computer, automotive, telecom, game
Small Orders Accepted
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