Electronics Forum: high-frequency (Page 1 of 8)

High frequency application board V.S rework CSP

Electronics Forum | Fri May 30 04:20:59 EDT 2003 | Ben

Hi all I am facing the problem with reoworking CSP component for high frequency application boards. Our customer do not allow us to use tacky fluxes due to high frequency application and component has low standoff ,and the ball pad and ball size is

No-clean flux and high frequency?

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 05 09:42:21 EST 2007 | George

Hello everybody, What is considered "high frequency" when we talk about possible issues with NO-clean flux residues and product's application? I appreciate your help on this... Have a good one! George

solder paste alloy effect on high frequency board

Electronics Forum | Sun Nov 04 05:11:14 EST 2007 | omidjuve

can you send me the articles about the high frequency boards issues with different types of solder paste alloy because i can`t find any free document about this article

solder paste alloy effect on high frequency board

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 05 19:43:09 EST 2007 | davef

"Effects of surface finish on high frequency signal loss using various substrate materials" - Call Don Cullen at Mac Dermid or Larry Gatewood at Rockwell Collins for a copy.

high-frequency PCB circuit design

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 07 03:35:55 EST 2017 | westen

Hi, I wonder if you can kindly give me advises on high-frequency PCB circuit design.It seems that some aspects need to be paid attention.Thanks a lot!

high-frequency PCB circuit design

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 05 02:26:50 EDT 2017 | soldertraining

Excellent document link you have shared. High Frequency signals reflected on circuit board, meaning that the impedance (dynamic resistance) varies with respect to the sending component. Multi PCB supports you starting immediately in the design phase.

high-frequency PCB circuit design

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 05 02:27:20 EDT 2017 | soldertraining

Excellent document link you have shared. High Frequency signals reflected on circuit board, meaning that the impedance (dynamic resistance) varies with respect to the sending component.

High frequency application V.S no clean flux

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 08 03:09:12 EDT 2002 | Benny

Hi all How can I find the technical paper or source of information about using No-clean flux with high frequency apllication. High frequency mean more than 2 GHz - 5 GHz. I heard from my colleague that No-clean flux residue on board effect to high

No-clean flux and high frequency?

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 05 17:06:50 EST 2007 | George

Thank you Dave...always helpful....

No Clean in High Frequency Apps

Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 09 07:48:23 EST 1998 | EFData

Does anybody out there have any special insights into utilizing no clean paste in high frequency RF applications? I would imagine there may be some issues with solder balls that would affect functional test (Earl, do you have something for me here?)

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