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A transition material between low-cost fr4 (epoxy-fiberglass) and expensive Teflon is Polyamide (PA) looks like fr4 epoxy but with lower loss polyamide mixed in ( GETEK by GE is one brand). PA is suitable for 1GHz and possibly more with (...)
Hi all, I have a problem with modeling of SIW cavity resonator in HFSS. Expected frequency of the 1st resonant mode ~ 5GHz, substrate material - "clone" of standard fr4 (permittivity and loss tangent changed). After calculation result looks well (real part of complex (...)
Ur Structure is resonating well for 10 GHz but its bandwidth is High. If u want High Q structure then modifications are to be done but its all depending on ur application. fr4 is a lossy Material. Try giving the value of its loss tangent and simulate the (...)
best way is stripline transformer using copper and appropriate substrate with low loss tangent such as Getek fr4 or Rogers teflon.
Do not use std fr4 .. Know what your loss tangent and epsilon with test coupons and make sure tolerance on heli-coil is tested. Impedance matching stripline is basic with many tools online incl. IPC I suspect loss tangent of dielectric (...)
I suggest you use GE fr4 called GETEK which has 10x lower loss tangent than most fr4. W I suspect you are using lossy fr4 and also dielectric constants is much lower at 2Ghz since rated parameter . Also dielectric constant drops 10~20% as f goes up. Return (...)
but gain is not coming to 8db Have you simulated with loss tangent for the fr4 substrate? fr4 has high loss tangent and this will reduce the gain of patch antennas. To check if gain is reduced by substrate loss, you could simulate with (...)
Beware that there are many different suppliers, which are interchanged by the PCB manufacturers frequently for cost reduction. Ans all have different dielectric constant and loss tangent. So in short you can only use fr4 in case you can live with these larger variations by taking it into account during the (...)
Microstrip has lower loss-tangent problem. Microstrip has faster propagation time. Stripline has better immunity to crosstalk. Stripline has better EMI characteristics. There are multiple ways to measure the dielectric constant: Thickness of the line affect the impedance, but not too much.
Hello, Try to reduce the loss tangent of the fr4 material, this should increase the resistance at resonance. 800 MHz (375mm = lambda) and 1.6mm between patch and ground will not give you a good antenna, unless you have another patch above it. If there would be no (...)
hi there i am simulating a microstrip power divider and in order to have good match between fabricated and simulated results i thought to include dielectric loss and metal loss. i am simulating with fr4 substrate havng (...)
Some years ago, we measured some fr4 material for a 0.9-2.1GHz power splitter application. For our material, the extracted epsr was 4.7 (!) and the loss tangent was 0.027 at 2GHz.
Hi, Can anyone illustrate the extraction method to have the real,imaginary parts of effective permittivity and permeability by simulating a 10 mm long of a 50Ω microstrip line on fr4-Epoxy with thickness of 1.6 mm ε relative=4.4 and loss tangent=0.022;by using (...)
silicon's loss mechanism is not same as dielectric loss. For fr4 material, the DC conductance is zero while AC electrical field will incur loss. Silicon's conductance in DC is not zero. and that means the loss mainly come from the conductivity of the material.
fr4 is not just one kind of dielectric. You need to find out what brand and model of fr4 is going to be used. You can then go to that manufacturers web site and download the datasheet which will give you the loss tangent (...)
fr4 is very loosy material. So you can not obtain good results. (Look for loss tangent) and also try to elevate your structure(put some air between dielectric and ground plane. it makes magic about gain
dear all. when i simulate the cpw antenn with fr4 substrate the gain is not uniform over the band of frequencies. what might be the reason? how to correct it? also i need what is gain bandwidth? impedance bandwidth? pattern (...)
Diel const of fr4 can vary from 4.3-4.8 from batch to batch. and is temperature sensitive as well. loss tangent can vary between 0.018-0.030, depending on number of layers, board thickness, etc. Using fr4 as substrate for microwave filters, requires accurate tolerance analyses of the (...)
Dear all, I have questions about the laminate materials for RF circuits/antennas. I know that the cheapest material is fr4. However, its loss tangent Df is very high (@0.018). Are there any other materials with low cost and low loss tangent? Roger series are more (...)
PCB is not visible. Try to post once again. If substrate is fr4 (as it seems...) increase to 0.02 the loss tangent (more similar to real value) and see if it oscillates. Use, instead of ideal passive components, vendor library component models (Q and SRF can be important). (...)
You should look for material properties in the specs of your PCB supplier. (permittivity, permeability, conductivity, dispersion, substrate loss ...)
fr4 is not a good material to use at 1 GHz. Use high frequency materials that has a more stable dielectric constant with less loss.