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High-frequency PCB boards –
10 years’ experience in the manufacture of high-frequency circuit boards has made us the leading manufacturer of this technology. Embedded heatsinks, multilayer circuits from pure Teflon (PTFE material),Rogers PCB material, manufactured using fusion-bonding or designs with mixed materials (FR4 and PTFE), have become standard technologies for VARIOPRINT, and are carried out in large numbers and with stable and controlled process parameters every day.
Due to the long-standing, close co-operation with our material suppliers (Rogers, Taconic, Neltec, etc.), we are able to offer you a unique package for your HF- application. Our engineering team with trained antenna developers will support you in the selection of suitable substrates, in the construction or the PCB design.
Electronic devices with high frequency is the developing tendency nowadays, especially in wireless network. Satellite communication growing rapidly, information products move towards high speed and high frequency. Thus developing new products always need to use high frequency substrate, satellite system, mobile telephone receiving base station and so on, these communication products must use high frequency PCB.
The features of high frequency PCB as following:
1. DK should be small and stable enough, usually the smaller the better, high DK may lead to signal transmission delay.
2. DF should be small, which mainly affect quality of signal transmission, the smaller DF could make smaller signal wastage accordingly.
3. The thermal expansivity should be the same with copper foil as much as possible, because the difference will lead to copper foil separated in the changes of cold and heat.
4. Water absorptivity must be low, high water absorptivity will affect DK and DF when in the wet environment.
5. Heat resisting property, chemistry resisting, impact endurance, peel off resisting must be good.
Generally speaking, high frequency can be defined as frequency above 1GHz. Currently, polyfluortetraethylene(PTFE) material is widely used in high frequency PCB manufacturing, it’s also called Teflon, which frequency is normally above 5GHz. In addition, FR4 or PPO substrate can be used to the product frequency among 1GHz~10GHz. These three high frequency substrate have below differences:
With regard to laminate cost of FR4, PPO and Teflon, FR4 is the cheapest one, while Teflon is the most expensive one. In terms of DK, DF, water absorption and frequency feature, Teflon is the best. When product application require frequency above 10GHz, only can we choose Teflon PCB substrate to manufacture. Obviously, the performance of Teflon is far better than other substrate, However, Teflon substrate has the disadvantage of high cost and large heat resisting property. In order to improve PTFE stiffness and heat resisting property function, a large number of SiO2 or fiber glass as the filling material. On the other hand, due to molecule inertia of PTFE material, which it is not easy to combine with copper foil, thus, it needs to do special surface treatment on the combination side. With regard to combination surface treatment, normally use chemical etching on PTFE surface or plasma etching to plus surface roughness or add one adhesive film between PTFE and copper foil, but these may have influence on dielectric performance.
RF – Radio Frequency PCBs
Radio-frequency (RF) and microwave (MW) circuits can be found in countless wireless products from handheld devices for medical and industrial applications to advanced communications systems for base stations, radar and global positioning. The success of these high-speed products begins at the product design stage when the PCB laminate materials are selected. Rayming works with the product design team to insure that the project’s cost/performance targets can be met by providing information on material options, relative costs and DfM considerations. Once the design has been completed, RayMing follows the boards from prototype through to production where key process variables such as line widths and dielectric spacing are measured and controlled to insure the product meets the designed requirements and delivers consistent performance throughout the products life cycle.