Characterization of liquid crystal polymer (LCP) material and transmission lines on LCP substrates from 30 to 110 GHz

@article{Thompson2004CharacterizationOL,
  title={Characterization of liquid crystal polymer (LCP) material and transmission lines on LCP substrates from 30 to 110 GHz},
  author={D. Thompson and Olivier Tantot and Hubert Jallageas and G. E. Ponchak and M. M. Tentzeris and J.. Papapolymerou},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques},
  year={2004},
  volume={52},
  pages={1343-1352}
}
Liquid crystal polymer (LCP) is a material that has gained attention as a potential high-performance microwave substrate and packaging material. This investigation uses several methods to determine the electrical properties of LCP for millimeter-wave frequencies. Microstrip ring resonators and cavity resonators are measured in order to characterize the dielectric constant (/spl epsi//sub r/) and loss tangent (tan/spl delta/) of LCP above 30 GHz. The measured dielectric constant is shown to be… CONTINUE READING
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