Rogers 5880 standard thickness

For Rogers 5880, the Er value is typically 2.2, and the Zo value depends on the width and spacing of the transmission lines on the PCB.

The recommended Zo values for Rogers 5880 are 50 ohms and 100 ohms.

For example, if you want to design a PCB with 50-ohm transmission lines using Rogers 5880, and you want the dielectric layer to be 0.02 inches (0.508 mm) thick, you can calculate the required height as follows:

H = (Zo x Er) / 377
H = (50 x 2.2) / 377
H = 0.291 inches (7.394 mm)

Therefore, the total thickness of the Rogers 5880 laminate for this application would be:

Thickness = (Er x H) / Zo
Thickness = (2.2 x 0.02) / 50
Thickness = 0.00088 inches (0.0224 mm)

Note that this is just an example, and the actual thickness required for your application may be different depending on your specific design requirements.

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where is the rogers 5880 standard thickness used?

Rogers 5880 standard thickness is commonly used in high-frequency applications such as satellite communications, microwave circuits, and radar systems. It is also used in the manufacturing of printed circuit boards (PCBs) for high-speed digital applications.

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