High-reliability laminates

  • 01-Feb-2011 03:38 EST
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Laminates from Rogers ACM include the XT/duroid 8000 laminates for simpler multilayer designs of less than six layers and XT/duroid 8100 laminates for constructions of six or more layers. Halogen-free, flame-retardant XT/duroid laminates are thermally and chemically robust with melting points higher than PTFE materials and an estimated maximum relative thermal index greater than 210°C, making them well suited for rugged military and aerospace applications, including airborne lightning strike protection circuits, phased-array antennas, and UAVs. RT/duroid 6035HTC high-thermal-conductivity laminate material is designed for low loss in high-power circuits. Properties include a thermal conductivity of 1.44 W/m-K and loss tangent of 0.0013 at 10 GHz, translating into improved amplifier performance. The 6035HTC laminates feature a relative dielectric constant of 3.5 at 10 GHz and are suitable for circuits including amplifiers, couplers, filters, and power combiners/dividers for avionic and other military and high-reliability systems.

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