Circuit materials like those based on polymers and resins serve as foundations for high-frequency circuits. They are characterized by various parameters that describe electrical and mechanical properties, such as the complex permittivity (the real part of which is the dielectric constant) and complex permeability (which also has imaginary and real parts that can be used to find a materials loss tangent or dissipation factor)...
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