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Isola Group, the leading global and local manufacturer of copper-clad laminates and dielectric prepregs for use in the PCB boards, will exhibit at the IMS Exhibition June 6-8, 2017 at the Hawai’i Convention Center in Honolulu, Hawaii. Isola will display in booth #1008.
“Microwave Week presents an excellent opportunity for fabricators to explore the unique RF/Microwave products manufactured by Isola,” commented Brandon Pollnow, Vice President of Marketing. “Our low Dk, low Df products are being widely used in the industry and generating a lot of excitement.
“For example, our ultra-low loss Astra MT77 laminate is designed for 77+ GHz radar applications. It is the best price and best performance Teflon replacement material currently on the market. And, Isola’s I-Tera MT40 laminate is an exciting, high performance material for 24-77+ GHz radar and RF/Microwave applications,” Pollnow continued.
Isola will showcase these two materials in addition to their successful TerraGreen laminate, the industry’s first very low loss halogen-free material and their best performing antenna-grade material – IS680 AG.
The annual IMS Exhibition is held in conjunction with the IMS, RFIC, and ARFTG technical symposia and brings all segments of the microwave community together. It is the premier international gathering for anyone involved in technologies associated with RF, microwave, millimeter-wave, and THz frequencies.
“We invite all attendees looking for high-performance, value-laden laminates to visit us in Booth #1008. Our knowledgeable materials experts and engineers look forward to discussing your needs and our solutions,” Pollnow concluded.
Isola is a leading global material sciences company that designs, develops, manufactures and markets laminate materials used to fabricate advanced multilayer printed circuit boards, which provide the physical platforms for the semiconductors, passive components, and connection circuitry that power and control virtually all modern electronic products. Isola operates a network of factories worldwide. For more information, click here. For more information click here.