RF & Microwave Laminates

65 Laminates from 2 Manufacturers meet your specification.
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  • Manufacturers : Rogers Corporation, Shengyi Technology Co, Ltd
Description:Low-Loss Prepeg for 5G and mmWave Applications
Dk (Dielectric Constant):
3 to 3.3
Df (Dissipation Factor):
0.0019 to 0.0022
Tg:
170 to 220 Degrees C
Td:
390 Degrees C
Thickness:
0.051 to 0.140 mm
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Description:Ultra Low Loss PTFE Woven Glass Laminate
Dk (Dielectric Constant):
2.2
Df (Dissipation Factor):
0.0009
Thickness:
0.254 to 1.524 mm
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Description:Laminates for High Power Microwave and Industrial Heating Applications
Dk (Dielectric Constant):
3.50 to 3.62
Df (Dissipation Factor):
0.0017
Td:
500 Degrees C
Thickness:
.5 to 1.5 mm
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Description:Low Loss PTFE Woven Glass Laminate
Dk (Dielectric Constant):
3
Df (Dissipation Factor):
0.0023
Thickness:
0.254 to 1.524 mm
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Description:PTFE Laminates for Automotive Radar Sensors up to 77 GHz
Dk (Dielectric Constant):
3.00 @ 10 GHz (clamped stripline method) & 3.07 @ ...
Df (Dissipation Factor):
0.0011
Td:
500 Degrees C
Thickness:
0.005 Inches (0.13mm), 0.010 Inches (0.25mm)
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Description:Low Loss PTFE Woven Glass Laminate
Dk (Dielectric Constant):
2.55
Df (Dissipation Factor):
0.0014
Thickness:
0.254 to 1.524 mm
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Description:Low PIM Antenna Grade laminates
Dk (Dielectric Constant):
2.17 to 2.2
Df (Dissipation Factor):
0.0009
Td:
550 Degree C
Thickness:
0.762 mm, 1.524 mm
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Description:Low PIM Antenna Grade laminates
Dk (Dielectric Constant):
2.55 to 2.58
Df (Dissipation Factor):
0.0014
Td:
550 Degree C
Thickness:
0.762 mm, 1.524 mm
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Description:High-Frequency Low Loss Laminate
Dk (Dielectric Constant):
3.42 to 3.61
Df (Dissipation Factor):
0.003
Tg:
280 Degree C
Td:
390 Degree C
Thickness:
0.254 to 1.52 mm
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Description:Low PIM Antenna Grade laminates
Dk (Dielectric Constant):
2.94 to 2.97
Df (Dissipation Factor):
0.0021
Td:
550 Degree C
Thickness:
0.762 mm, 1.524 mm
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