You mention that material dominates losses on microstrips, is this no
longer true with embedded microstrips? Is this statement true with
stripline constructions as well? I would expect it to be so.
Thanks for sending such excellent information.
"WAUGH,RAY (HP-SanJose,ex1)" <firstname.lastname@example.org> on 07/19/99
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Subject: RE: [SI-LIST] : even-odd mode influence
The measurements I made on FR4 (and three other lower cost materials) were
made on microstrip lines which were five to eight inches long. What we (my
colleague Dan Swanson and I) did find is that microstrip line losses are
dominated by losses in the dielectric (rather than in the copper
conductors). As a consequence, the loss tends to be a fixed number when
expressed as dB/wavelength. See the attached PDF file.
At 10 GHz, an 18 inch FR4 microstrip line is going to be a bit lossy.
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From: Stephen Zinck [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Monday, July 19, 1999 9:39 AM
Subject: Re: [SI-LIST] : even-odd mode influence
How long was the transmission line on this board? Have you had any success
with transmission lines on the order of 18" long (@ 10 GHz) using FR-4?
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