Rogers Corp. introduces RO4350B(TM) High Frequency Materials at IMS/MTT-S Symposium
Apr 26, 2005
Rogers Corporation (NYSE:ROG) will be featuring its new, thinner RO4350B(TM) high frequency circuit materials for high-speed digital and test applications at this year's IMS/MTT-S International Microwave Symposium.
This material offers an excellent combination of electrical, thermal and mechanical properties and is specially designed for the high-speed digital industry and the automated test equipment market for both backplane and line card uses. The low dielectric loss of RO4350B circuit material (DF = 0.004) allows the design engineer to run longer trace lines, reduce board thickness, and extend operational speeds for longer field life. Product features include:
-- Consistent and stable dielectric constant at various data rates
-- Excellent plated through-hole reliability
-- Superb dimensional stability
-- Complementary high fill/flow prepreg
Other products at the symposium will include Rogers' recently introduced R/flex® 3000 family of materials, RT/duroid® products, RO4000® materials, and its antenna materials.
Rogers' specialty materials are offered worldwide through an extensive network of technical sales offices. Based in Rogers, CT, the corporation manufactures and markets specialty polymer and electronic materials for targeted applications, focusing on communication and computer markets.
RO4350B(TM), R/flex, RO4000, and RT/duroid are licensed trademarks of Rogers Corporation.