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Rogers PCB RO4003C(Rogers RO4003C) material specification

Rogers RO4000 series of high frequency circuit materials are glass reinforced hydrocarbon and ceramic (non PTFE) laminates designed for performance sensitive mass commercial applications.

Rogers RO4000 PCB is designed to provide excellent high frequency performance and low cost circuit manufacturing. The result is a low loss material that can be manufactured using the standard epoxy / glass (FR4) process.


Rogers PCB materials RO4003C

RO4003C materials are non-brominated and are not UL 94 V-0 rated. For applications or designs requiring a UL 94 V-0 flame rating, RO4835 and RO4350B  laminates do meet this requirement.


RO4003C  materials are proprietary woven glass reinforced hydrocarbon/ceramics with the electrical performance of PTFE/woven glass and the manufacturability of epoxy/ glass.  Offered in various configurations, RO4003C utilizes both 1080 and 1674 glass fabric styles with all configurations meeting the same laminate electrical performance specification.

RO4003C provides tight control on dielectric constant and low loss while utilizing the same processing method as standard epoxy/glass but at a fraction of the cost of conventional microwave laminates. Unlike PTFE based microwave materials, no special through-hole treatments or handling procedures are required.

Rogers PCB materials RO4003C

Rogers PCB RO4003C material specification

Features

Dk of 3.38 +/- 0.05
Dissipation factor of 0.0027 at 10 GHz
Low Z-axis coefficient of thermal expansion at 46 ppm/°C


Benefits
Ideal for multi-layer board (MLB) constructions
Processes like FR-4 at lower fabrication cost
Designed for performance sensitive, high volume applications
Competitively priced


Typical Applications
High reliability aerospace and defense
A wide range of typical and non-traditional microwave/RF applications


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