Ultra-Thin, Loaded Epoxy Materials for Use as EMBEDDED CAPACITOR Layers

Peiffer, Joel S.
April 2004
Printed Circuit Design & Manufacture;Apr2004, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p40
Trade Publication
Discusses the use of ultra-thin, loaded epoxy materials as embedded capacitor layers. Fabrication of printed circuit boards with a number of embedded capacitor materials to test bard processing compatibility, reliability and electrical performance; Advantages of loaded, ultra-thin dielectric laminate materials; Results of the tests conducted on low inductance capacitors.


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