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Dielectric Properties of Materials for Packaging from 1 to 60 GHz

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Author(s)

Y. Kantor, Michael D. Janezic, Pavel Kabos, Billy F. Riddle, James R. Baker-Jarvis

Abstract

Measurements of the complex permittivity of commonly used packaging materials, as a function of temperature, in the frequency range of 1-60 GHz are presented. The results were obtained using a re-entrant cavity, a split cylinder cavity, a split post resonator, and an open Fabry-Perot resonator. Measurements indicate that the dielectric losses of AIN decrease with increasing frequency. This makes the material attractive for applictions in the 60-100 GHz range.
Conference Dates
March 26-27, 2001
Conference Location
Denver, CO
Conference Title
Intl. Microelectronics and Packaging Soc.

Keywords

dielectric materials, dielectric permittivity, microwaves and dispersion

Citation

Kantor, Y. , Janezic, M. , Kabos, P. , Riddle, B. and Baker-Jarvis, J. (2001), Dielectric Properties of Materials for Packaging from 1 to 60 GHz, Intl. Microelectronics and Packaging Soc., Denver, CO (Accessed May 28, 2024)

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Created March 25, 2001, Updated October 12, 2021