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Rogers provides the broadest array of material solutions to meet the numerous challenges faced by antenna designers. These material solutions offer leading dielectric products for antennas, feed networks, phased arrays and radiating elements.
Rogers offers a broad range of dielectric constant and
thicknesses to achieve bandwidth, gain and space requirements, at any design
frequency. Options also include dielectric constant stability over temperature
and precision thickness control for thick antenna structures and conformal
Dielectric constant uniformity and low and stable loss performance are key design considerations. Statistical process controls and characterization of products over temperature and frequency assures best in class performance.
Many of Rogers “soft
substrate” options are ideal for non-planar requirements and have successfully
been used for many years in a variety of conformal antenna applications for
simple curvatures, including small diameter cylinders.
complex multilayer structures are common to this set of applications.
Rogers controls electrical and mechanical properties to assure phase accuracy
over frequency and temperature. Low CTE and high thermal conductivity
assure reliability over power cycling.
2929 Bondply is an unreinforced hydrocarbon based thin film adhesive system intended for use in high performance, high reliability multi-layer constructions.
chloro-trifluoroethylene (CTFE) thermoplastic copolymer.
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