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Taconic RF-35 Aviation High Frequency PCB

Line Width : 3.5MIL ;

Line Spacing : 3MIL ;

Drilling Diameter : = 0.4mm ;

Processing Size : 600 * 1000mm

Plate Thickness : 3mm ;

Processing Layers : 6 layers;

Special Process : Thick gold plate, mechanical blind hole, etc.

Surface Treatment Processes : Include OSP, nickel palladium gold plating, nickel plating, tin plating, tin spraying, etc.


Taconic RF-35 Sheet Characteristics:

a, RF-35 is an organic ceramic laminate in TACONIC product ORCER;

b, it is a reinforced glass material based on fiberglass cloth, a combination of TACONIC's ceramic filling technology and glass fiber coated PTFE technology;

c, RF-35 is the best choice for low-cost, high-volume commercial microwave and radio frequency applications;

d, RF-35's 1/20Z and 10Z copper-clad boards have excellent peel strength even with standard epoxy materials and are readily available for rework;

e, RF's glass transition temperature - 35, over 315°C;

f, RF-35's ultra-low absorption and low loss factor minimizes phase shift over the frequency range;

g, dimensional stability RF-35 is due to the use of glass fiber cloth in its design development;

h, RF-35 lamination materials, generally using single-sided or double-sided 1/20Z, 10Z and 20Z thickness of electrolyte copper foil. Different sizes of sheets are available upon request.

At the same time, the plate's dielectric loss measured under the same standard, only 0.0009, very low dielectric loss makes it very suitable for the requirements of minimizing the dispersion and loss of high-frequency and wide-band design applications, mainly used for point-to-point digital radio antennas, microstrip lines and strip line circuits, millimeter-wave applications, missile guidance systems, military radar systems, high-frequency circuit boards for commercial aviation telephones.

RT5880 High Frequency Board Features:

a, Very low dielectric constant, measured at 10GHz, the dielectric constant is 2.20 ± 0.02;

b, Very low dielectric loss, measured at 10GHz, the dielectric loss factor is 0.0009.


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