From: Ron Miller (rmiller@Brocade.COM)
Date: Fri Apr 28 2000 - 10:01:55 PDT
I have done some work substituting Arlon 350(teflon with ceramic loading)
for FR4 and have
been able to double the bandwidth of previous generations. Going from FR4
to Getek will
not get you much, but if you go to Nelco 4000-13SI, you can expect a big
the frequency dependent losses.
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> Anyone have any feelings on what subtle differences when fabricating a
> board can do to an RF board. Such as going from FR-4 to Getek; 50/200
> gold/nickle vs. 30/100 gold/nickle. Is there any books out there that
> deal with strictly the layout of RF boards??
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