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Understand Rogers 5880 laminated PCB materials
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Understand Rogers 5880 laminated PCB materials

Understand Rogers 5880 laminated PCB materials

2022-11-22
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Rogers 5880 laminated materials are made of the same high-quality, reliable materials and processes as Rogers, making Rogers win important awards from high-frequency material manufacturers. In some designs, the dielectric properties of PCB are crucial. Whether high-speed, RF, microwave or mobile, power management is the key. You will find that the prototype requires more circuit board dielectric properties than the standard FR-4 can provide. We know. This is why we use Rogers 5880 dielectric materials to expand PCB Express. These new low loss dielectric materials mean higher performance for demanding PCB prototypes.


Why use Rogers Dielectric materials?

FR-4 material is the basic standard of PCB substrate, which can achieve efficient balance and performance between cost, manufacturing capacity, electrical performance and durability. But if electrical characteristics and advanced performance are the basis of your design, Rogersmaterials is your ideal choice, because:


Reduce dielectric loss

Low loss power consumption signal

Wide range Dk (dielectric constant) value (2.55-10.2)

Low cost circuit manufacturing

Low air release space application


RayMing can now provide industry-leading RF design, microwave and mobile devices with the delivery time, quality and benchmark required by all our services, but now it has better performance of PCB materials.   

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Dielectric material

Dielectric materials are materials with poor conductivity, which are used as insulating layers in PCB structures. Porcelain, mica, glass, plastic and some metal oxides are good dielectrics. The lower the dielectric loss (energy lost in the form of heat), the more effective the dielectric material will be. If the voltage in the dielectric material becomes too large, that is, when the electrostatic field becomes too strong, the material suddenly begins to conduct current. This phenomenon is called dielectric breakdown.


Properties of Rogers 5880

Very low electrical loss opportunities for any reinforced PTFE material

Low hygroscopicity

Isotropy

Electrical properties with uniform frequency

Excellent chemical resistance, including solvents and reagents for printing and coating

Friendly environment

Pre Preg


The shrinkage of "pre impregnated composite fiber" and the production of PCB, pre pregs, will affect the performance characteristics of PCB. A term used in the PCB manufacturing industry to describe a multilayer PCB that is a material used to connect layers of adhesive layers.


RT Duroid 5880 High frequency laminate from Rogers

Rogers 5880 high-frequency laminate series adopts PTFE composite material reinforced glass fiber. These microfibers are statistically oriented to maximize the advantages of fiber gain and provide the most valuable direction for circuit manufacturers and end use applications. The dielectric constant of these high-frequency laminates is the lowest of all products, and the low dielectric loss makes them suitable for high-frequency/broadband applications where dispersion and loss must be minimized. Due to its extremely low water absorption, 5880 is ideal for use in high humidity environments.


These advanced circuit materials can be easily cut, cut and processed to form any solvent and reagent commonly used in circuit boards or edge and hole electroplating. They have very low electrical loss for any reinforced PTFE material, and they also have very low moisture absorption and are also isotropic. They have uniform electrical characteristics in frequency. High frequency RT Duroid 5880 is used by commercial telephone companies, airlines, microstrip and stripline circuits, millimeter wave system applications for military radars, missile system antennas, digital radio point shows and others. The Rogers 5880, filled with PTFE compounds, is designed for rigorous applications in integrated circuits and microcircuits.


Rogers 5880 material has the lowest DK value of copper laminate available in the market. Because of its low dielectric constant of 1.96 at 10 GHz, Rogers 5880 supports broadband applications of microwave frequencies in the millimeter range, where dispersion and circuit loss must be minimized.