1 April 1991 Characterization, modeling, and design of dielectric resonators based on thin ceramic tape
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Abstract
A novel developmental material for dielectric resonators has been characterized for use in microwave hybrid circuits. The material is in the form of a thin tape laminated on a conventional 96 alumina substrate. Significantly different experimental methods had to be employed for material characterization in the low frequency (10 KHz - 50 MHz) and high frequency (100 MHz 2 GHz) regions. Because the new material is in the form of a thin tape to properly characterize the tape it was necessary to separate the tape and substrate materials with a buried ground plane. Such separation was achieved by using a buried ground plane layer. A 1. 75 GHz microwave filter based on a dielectric tape fully integrated with the substrate was built using standard hybrid processes and thick film conductors. A good correlation was achieved between experimental results and computer modelling data.
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Jacqueline H. Morris, Jacqueline H. Morris, Yakov Belopolsky, Yakov Belopolsky, } "Characterization, modeling, and design of dielectric resonators based on thin ceramic tape", Proc. SPIE 1389, Microelectronic Interconnects and Packages: Optical and Electrical Technologies, (1 April 1991); doi: 10.1117/12.25526; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.25526
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