Liquid-Crystal Polymer Meets the Challenges of RF Power Packaging 14907Liquid-Crystal Polymer Meets the Challenges of RF Power Packaging
May 1, 2004
Originally Published MPMNMay 2004HOTLINELiquid-Crystal Polymer Meets the Challenges of RF Power Packaging
The plastic air-cavity packages are hermetically sealed using a proprietary process
A material used in a proprietary process addresses the challenges of packaging radiofrequency (RF) power products. The material characteristics of the liquid-crystal polymer (LCP) made by Quantum Leap Packaging (Wilmington, MA) provide increased reliability and high performance when compared with previous plastic packages, according to the company...
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