High Frequency Millimeter-wave PCB
High frequency millimeter-wave PCB is composed of high-frequency circuit and the control circuit into a single unit. In addition, although high-frequency materials (PTFE, LCP, PPE, Low-k Epoxy) are more expensive than ordinary substrate materials, Meiko developed hybrid stack-up PCBs by creating the lamination and non-hole structure of high-frequency materials and ordinary materials (FR-4) with our proprietary technology.
This high frequency millimeter-wave PCB lowers cost, supports a multi-layer stackup, and improves wiring freedom for high-frequency PCBs.
- Lower cost
- Thinning and downsizing support
- Reduction in transmission loss of high-frequency signals
- Stabilization of high-frequency characteristics
- ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance System)
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