Rogers 5880 laminate

Rogers 5880 laminate is a high-frequency circuit board material that is commonly used in the design and manufacture of microwave and RF applications.

It is a high-performance material that offers excellent electrical properties,

including low dielectric loss, low signal loss, and high thermal stability.

The Rogers 5880 laminate is made up of woven glass-reinforced PTFE (polytetrafluoroethylene) with a ceramic filler.

The material is widely used in the aerospace, defense, and telecommunications industries for applications such as antennas,

amplifiers, filters, and couplers.

The Rogers 5880 laminate is known for its high reliability, durability, and performance in high-frequency applications.

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types of rogers 5880 laminate

There are several types of Rogers 5880 laminate available, each with different specifications and properties. Here are some of the most common types of Rogers 5880 laminate:

1. Rogers 5880 – This is the standard version of the laminate, with a dielectric constant of 2.20 and a loss tangent of 0.0009.

2. Rogers 5880LZ – This version of the laminate has a lower dielectric constant of 1.96, making it suitable for high-frequency applications.

3. Rogers 5880HR – This version of the laminate has a higher thermal conductivity and can withstand higher temperatures, making it suitable for high-power applications.

4. Rogers 5880HTC – This version of the laminate has a higher thermal conductivity and can handle higher power levels, making it suitable for high-power applications.

5. Rogers 5880TC – This version of the laminate has a higher thermal conductivity and can handle higher power levels, making it suitable for high-power applications.

Each type of Rogers 5880 laminate has its own unique properties and specifications, making it suitable for different applications.

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