Press Release Summary:
Offering high fill/flow version of RO4450B circuit material, RO4450B-dx Bondply is designed to fill high-density designs while still offering thin dielectric spacing. Product consists of glass-reinforced, hydrocarbon/ceramic thermoset suited for multilayer printed circuit boards. Material can be fabricated using standard epoxy/glass FR4 processes.
Original Press Release:
Rogers Corp. to Present RO4450B-dx Bondply at EUMW
Rogers, CT, June 27, 2006: Rogers Corporation (NYSE: ROG) will be introducing its new RO4450B-dx Bondply, a high fill/flow version of the industry standard RO4450B High Frequency Circuit Material, at this year's European Microwave Week.
RO4450B circuit material is a glass-reinforced hydrocarbon/ceramic thermoset bondply designed for performance-sensitive, multilayer printed circuit boards. These bondplys are designed to offer superior high frequency performance and low cost circuit fabrication. The result is a low loss material, which can be fabricated using standard epoxy/glass (FR4) processes. The new RO4450B-dx is a high fill/flow version of the RO4450B bondply. It is designed to fill those high-density designs while still offering thin dielectric spacing.
RO4403, RO4450B, and RO4450B-dx prepregs are based upon the RO4000 series core materials and are compatible in multilayer constructions with either RO4003C or RO4350B laminates. As with RO4000 laminates, RO4400 prepregs are compatible with the majority of standard FR4 processing practices.
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Rogers specialty materials are offered worldwide through an extensive network of technical sales offices. Based in Rogers, CT, the corporation manufactures and markets specialty polymer and electronic materials for targeted applications, focusing on communication and computer markets.
RO4000, RO4403, RO4450B are licensed trademarks of Rogers Corporation.