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EMCJ 2021-07-01
13:05
Online Online An Investigation on Effect of Anisotropy of FR-4 Substrates to Signal Transmission Using FDTD Analysis
Taiki Kitazawa (NAIST), Taiki Yamagiwa, Ren Kitahara (UEC), Jerdvisanop Chakarothai (NICT), Takashi Kasuga (NIT, Nagano College), Yuichi Hayashi (NAIST) EMCJ2021-17
Recently, FR-4 substrates are widely used in PCB. FR-4 substrates are composed of glass fiber and epoxy resin, and there... [more] EMCJ2021-17
pp.1-6
MW, EST, EMCJ, PEM, IEE-EMC [detail] 2020-10-23
13:15
Online Online Basic Study on Signal Transmission Analysis of FR-4 Using FDTD Method Implemented Frequency Dispersion
Taiki Kitazawa (NIT,Nagano College), Taiki Yamagiwa, Ren Kitahara (UEC), Jerdvisanop Chakarothai (NICT), Takashi Kasuga (NIT,Nagano College) EMCJ2020-44 MW2020-58 EST2020-46
Since the permittivity of FR-4 substrate has a frequency dispersion property, transmission characteristics change signif... [more] EMCJ2020-44 MW2020-58 EST2020-46
pp.109-114
EMCJ, EMD 2017-07-21
14:10
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Study on Transmission Loss and Dielectric Loss of FR-4 Substrate.
Masahiro Tomioka, Takuya Ito, Teppei Ikeda, Atsushi Nakamura (UTI), Hideki Takeuchi (NPGITC), Taiki Yamagiwa, Takashi Kasuga (NIT Nagano College) EMCJ2017-27 EMD2017-15
In recent years, the frequency of the signal on the parallel transmission line is a several GHz and more. On the GHz ban... [more] EMCJ2017-27 EMD2017-15
pp.13-18
EMCJ, IEE-EMC 2015-12-18
14:45
Aichi TOYOTA CENTRAL R&D LABS., INC. Study on Electromagnetic Analysis Method Implemented the Frequency Dispersibility of Differential Transmission Line Board
Takuya Ito, Takashi Kasuga (NIT, Nagano College), Teppei Ikeda, Atsushi Nakamura (UTI) EMCJ2015-99
Processing the large amount of the data in the several information electronic devices, the signal frequency is increased... [more] EMCJ2015-99
pp.57-62
MW
(Workshop)
2012-08-08
- 2012-08-10
Overseas Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand Reflection and Radiation Characteristics of Vertical Strip Transmission Line Primary Radiator Using FR-4 Substrate at 60GHz
Tomonori Morita, Futoshi Kuroki (KNCT)
A vertical strip transmission line primary radiator using the Glass Fiber PTFE substrate was proposed for use in a slit ... [more]
MW 2012-06-29
15:45
Gifu Gifu Univ. Transmission Characteristics of Dominant and Higher order modes in BIT Line using FR-4 Substrate
Shingo Inoue, Futoshi Kuroki (KNCT) MW2012-25
Since the FR-4 substrate has high-mechanical strength, good insulation, and flame retardant property, it is widely used ... [more] MW2012-25
pp.37-40
MW 2011-12-15
13:00
Yamaguchi Yamaguchi University Design of Vertical Strip Transmission Line Primary Radiator using FR-4 Substrate at 60GHz
Tomonori Morita, Futoshi Kuroki (knct) MW2011-125
A vertical strip transmission line primary radiator using the Glass Fiber PTFE substrate was proposed for use in a slit ... [more] MW2011-125
pp.1-4
MW 2011-12-15
13:30
Yamaguchi Yamaguchi University Measurement on Dielectric Properties of FR-4 Substrate at Millimeter-wave Frequencies
Shingo Inoue, Futoshi Kuroki (KNCT) MW2011-126
Since the FR-4 substrate features high-mechanical strength, good insulation, and flame retardant property, it is widely ... [more] MW2011-126
pp.5-8
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