Ceramic material system

  • 10-Nov-2009 08:48 EST
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DuPont Microwave Materials’ Green Tape 9K7 low-temperature co-fired ceramic material system enables the design of high-frequency circuits up to 100 GHz and beyond within the aerospace, automotive, military, and telecommunications industries. The lead-free glass-ceramic dielectric tape comes with compatible gold and silver conductive materials as well as co-fired embedded resistor materials. It is suited for electronic system designs that need to provide a high-density, low-loss interconnect and packaging solution with high reliability. It is also more robust in processing, with a stable dielectric constant, even when refired, which results in greater consistency and higher yields for final circuits.

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