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Laser-Based Methodology for the Application of Glass as a Dielectric and Cu Pattern Carrier for Printed Circuit Boards

Published:

November 7, 2018

Author:

Joel Schrauben, Cameron Tribe, Christopher Ryder and Jan Kleinert

Abstract:

Glass offers a number of advantages as a dielectric material, such as a low coefficient of thermal expansion (CTE), high dimensional stability, high thermal conductivity and suitable dielectric constant. These properties make glass an ideal candidate for, among other things, package substrate and high-frequency PCB applications.

We report here a novel process for the production of printed circuit boards and integrated circuit packaging using glass as both a dielectric medium and a platform for wiring simultaneously....

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Captial equipment for the gobal electronics marketplace

Portland, Oregon, USA

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