Isola Featured on the February 2015 Cover of the Microwave Journal

Isola Featured on the February 2015 Cover of the Microwave Journal

“New Thermoset PCB Material Emerging for mmWave Applications”

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New Thermoset PCB Material Emerging for mmWave Applications

 

Read about the requirements for stability of dielectric properties, manufacturability and suitability for use in hybrid technologies highlight deficiencies in current material solutions. The industry must break from its dependence on the polytetraflouroethylene (PTFE) and highly filled hydrocarbon based material solutions towards a newer set of high glass transition temperature (Tg) thermoset materials introduced to address current and future material needs. Read the full article here.

18 February 2015

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