ABOUT HIGH FREQUENCY PCB?
You’re dealing with wireless networks or applications that include particular signal transmission amid objects? Consider getting a high-frequency PCB.
These PCBs come in a wide range of frequencies, starting at 500MHz and going all the way up to 2GHz. If you need high-speed design applications, they are perfect for that use case! You can also find them on microwaves or cellular devices if you’re looking for something more specific like that as well.
This type of PCB has a lot more signal sensitivity than most. That’s why it needs high-frequency laminates to help sustain the thermal heat transfer for your application.
The type of high-frequency board you choose will determine the overall performance, which can be affected to a degree by any change in the material’s dielectric constant.
The materials used for your signal boards are important because they’ll affect its impedance and how well it performs.
KEY FEATURES OF HIGH
THE REQUIRED MATERIALS FOR HIGH FREQUENCY CIRCUIT BOARD
A higher frequency metal’s circuit boards are more demanding on the materials, and so one of its best features is a better permittivity.
We also have other needs similar to construction with reduced tolerance in DK and insulation thickness. It also includes a reduced attenuation for competent signal transmission.
We know how to pick out the perfect padding for all of our projects and use FR4, a material that is strong enough for most requirements. We also make sure to control high-frequency materials with enhanced dielectric properties.
And so it might be worth considering this new development in technology. This material is just what you need for your next project because, as I mentioned earlier, it has a low DK and loss factor, which will save on energy costs while also being durable enough to withstand high temperatures without melting or cracking!
Some of the materials we use are Taconic TLX, Rogers, ISOLA IS620 E-fiber glass, etc.
Here’s a table that explains each of the material’s properties:
|Materials for HF circuit boards||Tg (℃)||CTE-z (PPM/℃)||Peel Strength(N/mm)||Td Value (℃)||DK Loss Tangent||Thermal Conductivity (W/m*K)||Surface Resistivity(MΩ)||Electric Strength (KV/mm)||Ԑr (@10GHz|
|ARLON 85N||250||55||1.2||387||0.0100||0.20||1.6 x 10^9||73||4.2|
|Rogers 4350B||280||32||0.9||390||0.0037||0.69||5.7 x 10^9||31||3.5|
|Rogers RO3010||–||16||1.6||500||0.0022||0.95||1 x 10^5||–||10|
|ISOLA IS620||220||54||1.2||–||0.0080||–||2.8 x 10^6||–||4.5|
|Rogers RO3006||–||24||1.2||500||0.0020||0.79||1 x 10^5||–||6.2|
|Rogers RO3003||–||25||1.2||500||0.0013||0.50||1 x 10^5||–||3.0|
|Rogers RO3001||160||–||2.1||–||0.0030||0.22||1 x 10^9||98||2.3|
|Taconic TLC||–||70||2.1||–||–||0.24||1 x 10^7||–||3.2|
|Taconic TLX||–||135||2.1||–||0.0019||0.19||1 x 10^7||–||2.5|
ourPCB- YOUR HIGH-FREQUENCY PCB MANUFACTURER
OurPCB has a wealth of experience in the field of PCB production. So, you can trust that you’ll get remarkable performing high-frequency PCB fabrication services. And our board usually ranges from 500MHz to 2GHz.
Here’s a table to give you an idea: