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Old 25th February 2005, 11:49 AM   #1
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yey! atleast something new is brewing up on good ol pcb..

story , new pcb

guess it wont be too bad if your circiut got fried huh?

anyway any new kinds of pcb?substrate material.
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Old 25th February 2005, 12:08 PM   #2
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all i know on PCB'S are only made of glass epoxy,

or any......

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yey! atleast something new is brewing up on good ol pcb..

story , new pcb

guess it wont be too bad if your circiut got fried huh?

anyway any new kinds of pcb?substrate material.
Interesting that a guy named "Wool" wants to use feathers for PCB material


This company makes a lot of exotic PCB materials, mostly for microwave applications. We're using their 4000 and 3000 series stuff for RF power amplifiers in the 2 GHz range.

http://www.rogerscorporation.com/acm/index.htm

I've been pondering doing a small audio amp on this stuff. I have a design I've been working on. It would be an interesting experimant to run the same PCB on regular FR4 or whatever, and compare it to this stuff.

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