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Rogers Corporation's Sample Program provides material samples at no-charge to companies and University students and faculty designing with specialty printed circuit board materials.
When anticipating todays rapidly changing needs and technological advances, it is critical to have materials with the performance and reliability to meet ever increasing reliability standards. Rogers Advanced Connectivity Solutions manufactures high frequency laminates and prepregs which are engineered for your exact performance requirements.
Aerospace and defense applications require High Frequency laminate materials with excellent electrical performance and, above all, a history of proven performance in high reliability programs. Rogers Advanced Circuit Materials have been used in aerospace and defense programs for more than 60 years, enabling design engineers to meet tight performance specifications.
As a leading supplier of automotive specialty materials, we understand the challenges of today’s advanced automotive designs. Rogers advanced circuit materials are paving the way towards enhanced safety and more connected transportation.
Ever increasing use of on-demand services, such as video, music, and
instantaneous data access, places tremendous stress on network
infrastructure. Equipment vendors are looking for ways to handle faster data
rates on semiconductors and printed circuit boards.
Rogers' high speed digital circuit materials are enabling vendors' next
generation products, meeting the needs of the most demanding
designs, including lead-free, controlled impedance, and high-layer count
Power amplifiers, antennas, microwave backhaul radios, and RF components are key elements to overall functioning of base stations in today's wireless communication networks. Electrical performance and high power management are often the deciding factors in the selection of materials for these applications.
A focus on system performance and reliability is critical to network design. Proper material selection is essential in support of these requirements.
Beyond recently expanded manufacturing capability, and extensive and growing product portfolio supports a wide array of application needs and environments. Rogers' application and technical service engineers are ready to assist in material selection, for design and PCB manufacturing phases of your product development process.
Rogers is continually working with designers to develop online tools to help make calculations, material selection, and design choices easier. These tools are constantly evolving based on feedback and suggestions from design engineers from all over the globe.
This software is intended to assist with microwave circuit design in predicting the impedance of a circuit made with Rogers High Frequency circuit materials. Additionally, the software provides some capabilities for predicting transmission line losses.Registration Required
This software calculates the dielectric constant (Dk) of a circuit material when tested as microstrip transmission line circuits. This software requires data received from a network analyzer, after testing a short and long microstrip transmission line circuit for phase response. The output is a text delimited file which can be read into Excel® for data manipulation and generating charts. The software also gives immediate output to the screen as a data table and a graph of Dk vs. Frequency. Registration Required
This application is designed to work on your smart phone or tablet. Navigate to this website from your mobile device to download this application. Registration Required
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With more than 75 years of combined experience in the printed circuit board industry, Al Horn, Art Aguayo, and John Coonrod share their expertise with OEM's and fabricators through articles in industry publications. These articles help design engineers better understand how to choose a material to meet their requirements and assist fabricators with processing specialty circuit materials.
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Designers of high frequency electrical devices have long known that conductor surface roughness affects loss. Earlier correlations such as those of Morgan and Groisse underestimate insertion loss by a large margin at higher frequencies and on narrower transmission lines, where conductor effects dominate. The present work experimentally demonstrates that the recent Hall-Huray “snowball” model and the Sonnet conductor loss correlation correctly predict the shape of the insertion loss versus frequency curve up to 110 GHz, over a wide range of copper profiles. Quantitative agreement, however, requires empirical adjustment of the SA ratio, snowball radius or RMS roughness.
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