What Duroid 5880?

What Duroid 5880?

Rogers RT/duroid 5880 high frequency laminates are PTFE composites reinforced with glass microfibers. RT/duroid 5880 laminates has a low dielectric constant (Dk) and low dielectric loss, making them well suited for high frequency/broadband applications.

What is Duroid material?

Rogers RT/duroid® high frequency circuit materials are filled PTFE (random glass or ceramic) composite laminates for use in high reliability, aerospace and defense applications. The RT/duroid series has a long industry presence of providing high reliability materials with superior performance.

What is the dielectric constant of RT Duroid 5880?

Physical Properties Original Value Comments
Decomposition Temperature 500 °C TGA; ASTM D3850
Flammability, UL94 V-0
Descriptive Properties
Thermal Coefficient of Dielectric Constant -125 ppm/°C IPC-TM-650; -50°C to 150°C

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What is Rogers PCB material?

Rogers PCB is a type of high-frequency board that raw material is produced by Rogers company. It is different from the conventional PCB board—epoxy resin (FR4). It has no glass fiber in the middle and uses a ceramic base as the high-frequency material. Rogers has superior dielectric constant and temperature stability.

What is FR4 substrate?

FR-4 (or FR4) is a NEMA grade designation for glass-reinforced epoxy laminate material. FR-4 is a composite material composed of woven fiberglass cloth with an epoxy resin binder that is flame resistant (self-extinguishing).

What is the dielectric constant of FR4?

3.8 to 4.8
The dielectric constant of FR4 ranges from 3.8 to 4.8, depending on the glass weave style, thickness, resin content, and copper foil roughness.

What is the loss tangent?

Loss tangent (tan(δ)) is a measure of signal loss as the signal propagates down the transmission line. Material datasheets and PCB manufacturers commonly refer to this signal loss as the dissipation factor (Df).

Why FR4 is used in PCB?

FR4 is rightly the most used material in PCB construction. Boards made from FR4 are strong, water resistant, and provide good insulation between copper layers that minimizes interference and supports good signal integrity.

Why FR4 epoxy is used?

Glass Epoxy (G10, FR4) Characteristics Epoxy resins are widely used in electronic applications because they are virtually impervious to moisture. As a thermoset material, glass epoxy has outstanding mechanical and electric strength as well as good dielectric properties.