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Early long range target acquisition is enabled by higher power transmit and lower loss receive signals. At the board level,
Rogers’ materials provide low loss tangent and low conductor loss for minimal signal attenuation. Best in class dielectric constant and thickness tolerance assure low reflection loss.
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 antennas.
Efficient Feed Networks rely on phase and impedance matching. These are assured through repeatable, uniform dielectric constant and its stability over temperature.
High power and reduced volume requirements for ground based radar are supported through high thermal conductivity and low loss options in a range of dielectric constant options.
Light weight and reduced volume are among the list of requirements for airborne based radar while increasing target acquisition
range. Rogers’ materials offer lower dielectric constant options with reduced density for novel antenna array structures.
Phased Array Radar allows acquisition and tracking of separate targets at greater distances. Such systems present many design challenges that our met through the use of Rogers’ low loss materials.
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.