Printed circuit board (pcb) and PCBA products
Communication terminal, communication station, electronic communication, optical fiber, optical module, communication equipment, communication instrument, computer, household appliance, testing equipment, testing instrument, instrument, SD card, SG card, mobile phone, computer, various antennas, cars, music Equipment, playback equipment, banking equipment, medical instruments, medical equipment, medical equipment, aerospace, aviation, military, LED, OLED, OLCD power control power supply, industrial power supply, communication power supply, automotive power supply, office equipment, digital products,computers,etc.Applications;
Flexible circuit board (FPC) and FPCA product areas
CD, hard disk, printer, fax machine, scanner, sensor, mobile phone, connector, module, walkie-talkie antenna card, high-end camera, digital camera, laser head, CD, medical, instrumentation, drive, automotive instrumentation, medical instrument, Medical equipment, banking equipment, industrial instruments, LED light bars, military, aviation, aerospace, defense and other high-tech products, of which more than 70% of the products are exported to Europe, America, Europe, Central Europe, Western Europe, Southeast Asia, Asia-Pacific and other countries and area.
The main difference between RF circuit boards and Microwave PCBs is in the radio frequency in which they operate. Microwave PCBs are classified as any RF circuit board operating above 2GHz.
RF circuit boards and Microwave PCBs are used for communication signals in any application that requires receiving and transmitting radio signals. For example, some common applications are cell phones and radar installations.Microwave PCB and RF Circuits–Common Problems and Solutions
RF circuit boards, and Microwave PCBs, are especially difficult to design compared to traditional PCB layouts. This is due to the problems that could arise in receiving or transmitting the radio signals. Some of the main problems are noise sensitivity, and tighter impedance tolerances
Compared to traditional circuit boards, radio and microwave signals are very sensitive to noise and also require much tighter impedance tolerances. The best solution for these problems is to utilize ground plans and use a generous bend radius on impedance controlled traces. These solutions will ultimately allow the RF/Microwave PCB to achieve the best performance.
RF Board Applications
RF boards have a multitude of different applications, including wireless technologies, smart phones, sensors, robotics and security. With the advent of new technologies that are pushing the limits of electronics, the demand for RF boards is on the rise.
Finding a capable RF PCB manufacturer is critical to make sure the boards are fabricated to high quality standards and on-time. Our reputation speaks for itself. We pride ourselves on bringing the most demanding layout concepts to reality.
RF MATERIALS BY APPLICATION
We can help with everything from saving cost on a simple board to manufacturing advice for cutting edge, fifty layer designs. To simplify your search, here are several recommendations for materials based on application and manufacturability:
Important Note: Within every industry, there is a wide range of applications, demands, and budgets.
The table below provides general recommendations, but to find the best PCB materials for your specific project, please contact our engineering staff.