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AD300D

Laminate by Rogers Corporation (85 more products)

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The AD300D from Rogers Corporation are ceramic-filled, glass-reinforced, PTFE based laminates that operate up to 10 GHz. They have a low dielectric constant value of 2.94 and tight tolerance of ±0.05 which enables high antenna efficiency and large bandwidth. They provide low loss performance (0.0021 at 10 GHz), a very good passive intermodulation response (-159 dBc at 0.030” thickness), and good circuit process ability required for mobile infrastructure microstrip antenna applications. These laminates have low moisture absorption (0.04%), low z-axis CTE (98 ppm/°C), high copper peel strength (18.3 pli), and good dimensional and thermal stability. They are compatible with the processing used for standard PTFE based printed circuit board substrates.

Product Specifications

    Product Details

    • Part Number :
      AD300D
    • Manufacturer :
      Rogers Corporation
    • Description :
      High Performance Laminates for Microstrip Base Station Antennas

    General Parameters

    • Dk (Dielectric Constant) :
      2.97
    • Df (Dissipation Factor) :
      0.0021
    • Td :
      550 Degrees C
    • CTE z :
      98 ppm/Degree C
    • Thickness :
      0.762 mm, 1.524 mm
    • Electrical Strength :
      750 V/mil
    • Industry Application :
      Base Station Antennas
    • Material :
      ceramic-filled, glass-reinforced PTFE based material
    • Moisture_Absorbtion :
      0.04 %
    • Peel Strength :
      18.3 N/mm
    • Surface Resistivity :
      5.1 X 107 Mohm
    • Volume Resistivity :
      1.7 X 108 Mohm-m
    • Dielectric Breakdown :
      46 kV
    • Dimensional Stability :
      0.02 Inch
    • Flexural Strength (Machine/Cross) :
      152.4/127.6 MPa
    • Thermal Conductivity :
      0.37 W/mK
    • Note :
      PIM: -159/-163 dBc (30 mil / 60 mil)

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