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  • PTFE Microwave Substrates For Automotive Applications
    With PTFE's low loss and stable Dk characteristics, its use as RF Microwave printed-circuit board (PCB) substrate is well-established. The growth in wireless-technology has by extension, driven the RF Microwave industry to design and develop lower-cost PCB substrates for the requirements of an ever
  • TA022: Benefits and Challenges in Decreasing GaAs through Substrate via Size and Die Thickness
    . The impact of recent advances made in plasma etch and other equipment on this effort will be discussed. In order to meet the thermal conduction requirements of power GaAs MMICs (monolithic microwave integrated circuits) for military and satellite communication applications, small through substrate
  • Mixed Mode Silicon-on-Insulator MMIC Technology For Digitally Controlled RF/Microwave Systems (.pdf)
    A high performance mixed mode Silicon-On-Insulator (SOI) IC process has been developed. providing the ability to integrate digital, analog, RF and microwave circuitry on the same substrate. Standard functions such as microprocessor bus interface logic and microwave lumped/distributed. circuits
  • How PTFE Can Compete With The Best In Thermosets
    With PTFE's low loss and stable Dk characteristics, its use as RF Microwave printed-circuit board (PCB) substrate is well-established. The growth in wireless-technology has by extension, driven the RF Microwave industry to design and develop lower-cost PCB substrates for the requirements of an ever
  • TA027: Coupling Effects Between Lumped Elements
    Coupling between various lumped circuit elements are characterized to establish the design rules for such components. Proximity effect is more pronounced in spiral inductors, however, it is less than 1% for inductors having reactance of about 50 ohm and separated by 20 µm on a 75 µm GaAs substrate
  • Medical Device Link .
    Medical Device & Diagnostic Industry Efficient light penetration through opaque materials and the avoidance of heat-induced substrate damage are among the benefits of pulsed curing systems. When materials such as certain adhesives or coatings are cured using heat, a problematic by-product can
  • EETimes.com | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    built, and the IEEE Microwave Technology and Techniques Symposium (MTT-S) this week was a showcase for its construction. Nonorganic EL display rides on blue phosphor Toronto-based iFire Technology Inc. demonstrated a prototype display in Tokyo that uses a strontium-sulfide material as the blue phosphor

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