Park Electrochemical Unveils Extremely Low-Loss Material


Reading time ( words)

Park Electrochemical Corp. has introduced Meteorwave 8000, Park’s newest high-speed, extremely low-loss digital and RF electronics material. Meteorwave 8000 is designed for high layer-count printed circuit boards which require the highest levels of reliability. Meteorwave 8000 features a typical loss (Df) of .0016 at 10GHz and is intended for use in 56Gbs to 112Gbs applications, including core routers, high-speed switches, supercomputers, 5G infrastructure and other applications where low signal attenuation, high reliability and high data transfer rates are critical.

Meteorwave 8000 is available globally in multiple laminate thicknesses, from 0.0012” and up, and is compatible with ultra-low-profile copper. Meteorwave 8000 has a UL 94V-0 designation and a 130°C MOT rating. It meets IPC-4101/102 specifications, and is RoHS-compliant.

Park Electrochemical Corp. is a global advanced materials company which develops and manufactures advanced composite materials, primary and secondary structures and assemblies and low-volume tooling for the aerospace markets and high-technology digital and RF/microwave printed circuit materials principally for the telecommunications and internet infrastructure, enterprise and military markets. The company’s manufacturing facilities are located in Kansas, Singapore, France, Arizona and California. The company also maintains R&D facilities in Arizona, Kansas and Singapore.

Additional corporation information is available on the company’s website.

Share


Suggested Items

More Than a Word: Solder Mask

08/15/2018 | Patty Goldman, I-Connect007
Do you spend time, as I do, musing on the language of PCBs? We have developed our own lexicon to convey as much by picture, as by word, what exactly we mean.

Calumet Electronics on IMPACT 2018

08/14/2018 | Patty Goldman, I-Connect007
This year at IMPACT Washington, DC, I-Connect007's Patty Goldman sat down with Steve Vairo and Mike Kadlec of Calumet Electronics, to get their overview on the event.

Study on Application of Four-Wire and Four-Terminal Flying Probe Test Scheme

08/10/2018 | Jin Erbing, Joint Stars Technology Co., Ltd
With the four-wire and four-terminal flying probe test method, voids in the holes formed in the PCB due to process differences, thin copper, and poor conduction due to residual adhesive after laser drilling of the HDI board can be detected, and the circuit board guide can be solved. With the development of multilayer, high-density PCB layout, four-wire four-terminal flying probe testing will play an increasingly important role.



Copyright © 2018 I-Connect007. All rights reserved.