High-Frequency Laminates Showcased At CTIA 2009

March 27, 2009
Rogers Corp. will feature a variety of its high-performance materials at CTIA 2009, in Las Vegas, NV, April 1-3, 2009 (Booth 1074). The company specializes in high-frequency laminates for circuit boards in amplifiers, microwave radios, base-station ...

Rogers Corp. will feature a variety of its high-performance materials at CTIA 2009, in Las Vegas, NV, April 1-3, 2009 (Booth 1074). The company specializes in high-frequency laminates for circuit boards in amplifiers, microwave radios, base-station antennas, routers and switches.

The company will be part of the RF Zone, an area of the show devoted to companies with various RF solutions. Visitors to the Rogers' display at Booth 1074 can discuss their design challenges with applications engineers and learn more about the company's circuit-board materials, including:

RO3000 Laminates: These high-frequency laminates exhibit low dielectric losses for demanding high-frequency applications. They boast excellent mechanical stability as well as stable dielectric constant characteristics with frequency and temperature for high reliability.

RO4000 Laminates: These laminates deliver uniform dielectric constant across each sheet, with low dissipation losses, low coefficient of thermal expansion (CTE) and excellent dimensional stability.

ULTRALAM 3000 Materials: Well suited for high-frequency packaging and circuits, these materials minimize dielectric losses and maintain tight control of dielectric constant across a circuit board.

Rogers Corp
www.rogerscorp.com

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