Kappa™ 438 Laminates
Kappa 438 thermoset laminates were developed for wireless circuit designers looking for a better performing and more reliable alternative to FR-4 laminates. These laminates were designed using a glass reinforced hydrocarbon ceramic system that offers superior high frequency performance and low cost circuit fabrication resulting in a low loss material which can be fabricated using standard epoxy/glass (FR-4) processes.
Kappa 438 laminates have the UL 94 V-0 flame retardant rating and are lead free solder process compatible, and offer dielectric constants tailored to FR-4 industry standard norms which facilities ease of converting existing FR-4 designs where better electrical performance is needed.
More details here: http://www.rogerscorp.com/acs/producttypes/38/Kappa-438-Laminates.aspx
Surely looks promising……Happy Designing….!!!!
On behalf of Keysight Technologies, I would like to invite you to present a technical paper in our upcoming Keysight India EEsof Design Forum 2017.
The dates and locations for the event are as follows.
Bangalore: Tuesday, 11th July 2017 @ Hotel Vivanta by Taj, MG Road, Bengaluru
Hyderabad: Thursday, 13th July 2017 @ Hotel Taj Deccan, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad
Ahmedabad: Saturday, 15th July 2017 @ Hotel Novotel, Ahmedabad
The Keysight India EEsof Design Forum is an annual event where users come together to share their ideas and success, discuss problems and interact with application consultants from Keysight Technologies. Through such Design Forums, it is our sincere hope that together with elite design-engineers like you, we can help build a strong high-frequency design community in India.
I sincerely hope that you can participate in our Keysight India EEsof Design Forum 2017 and contribute through your presentation.
Download PDF copy of the paper invite from here: EEsof DesignForum_2017_PaperInvite
Look forward for your participation.
Video recording of my webinar on “Solving your SI & PI challenges” scheduled on 6th April 2017 is now available at my YouTube channel now. Look forward for your comments & suggestions……
You can view the recording here:
For more information:
I will be conducting this Webinar on 6th April at 11.00am – 12.30pm (IST). Look forward for your participation.
Keysight Technologies is offering free webinar on 6th April 2017, specifically designed for Signal and Power Integrity Engineers trying to accurately model their printed circuit boards (PCBs), a task that is now more challenging given today’s ever increasing data rates. During the webinar, attendees will learn about SIPro (Signal Integrity Professional) and PIPro (Power Integrity Professional) tools from Keysight Technologies.
SIPro and PIPro provide a cohesive workflow within ADS for signal integrity and power integrity applications in high speed digital board design. Specific use cases will be demonstrated, which will reveal the powerful capabilities of SIPro & PIPro.
Topics to be covered:
– Challenges of increasing speeds & complexity
– Why you need a Channel Simulator
– S Parameters for frequency and time domain data mining
– EM simulation for Signal integrity
– Fast parallel bus DDR4 simulations
– How to Analyze 100 GbE – KP PAM4 vs NRZ
– Power Integrity basics
– Power Integrity IR Drop
Location: At Your PC
How to Register:
Send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or dial toll free number to register: 1800-11-2626
In PCB designs, vias are virtually everywhere and come in a wide variety of types – signal, ground, thermal, blind, etc. No matter how the vias are classified, it is important to note that they play an important role in the PCB. This is especially true in high-speed designs. This webcast discusses the basics of high-speed PCB via design.
Thursday, February 2, 2017 11:30 pm, India Time (Mumbai, GMT+05:30)
Thursday, February 2, 2017 10:00 am, Pacific Standard Time (San Francisco, GMT-08:00)
Thursday, February 2, 2017 12:00 pm, Central Standard Time (Chicago, GMT-06:00)
Why this webcast is important:
For chip designers, planar antennas are easy to integrate. Yet, at millimeter-wave (mmWave) frequencies, new challenges in design and multi-technology integration surface. One such challenge is that at mmWave frequencies, radar applications such as gesture recognition and autonomous vehicles utilize different planar antennas and arrays, and that further complicates an already complex design process. This webcast provides today’s antenna and chip designers an overview on how to easily handle mmWave planar antennas in ADS software for circuit co-simulation. To better illustrate the process and its simplicity, an example of a planar array design at 60 GHz with chip-on-board (CoB) integration is fully explored. Antenna and chip designers will also learn the methodology behind the design process and be presented with multi-technology integration tips.
Wael Abdullah Ahmad, mmWave Design Scientist with IHP
Wael received his BSEE and MSEE from Ain Shams University in 2007 and 2012, respectively. Since 2016 he has worked on mmWave wireless radar components & systems at IHP as a Circuit Design Scientist. Wael has also held engineering roles in the RF industry since 2008, including RF/Microwave Hardware Design and PA Product Development in Egypt.
The Internet of Things (IoT) fulfills a promise of a more efficient and connected world. But with dozens of devices per household, battery management must become wireless and autonomous. This problem is now being solved through power harvesting, which enables a circuit to power itself from energy in the environment.
- Design a circuit to harvest enough power for IoT devices of the future and verify simulation results before committing to fabrication
- Explored the design space for optimum configuration using Keysight ADS Software
- Transformed the voltage to overcome the Schottky diode junction voltage using a high Q quartz crystal resonator
- Doubled the usable power
- Improved conversion efficiency from < 10 to 22.6%
- Verified a close match between simulation and measurement data
Click here power-harvesting-circuit for the case study and click here to read the complete article: “RF Energy Harvesting Design Using High Q Resonators“