Amphenol Invotec Gains UL Approval for I-Tera MT


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Amphenol Invotec Ltd has gained approval from Underwriters Laboratories for I-Tera MT, a very low-loss laminate developed for high-speed applications. 

I-Tera MT laminate materials exhibit exceptional electrical properties which are very stable over a broad frequency and temperature range.

Featuring a dielectric constant (Dk) that is stable between -55°C and +125°C up to 20 GHz, they are suitable for many of today’s high speed digital and RF/microwave printed circuit designs.

They also offer a lower dissipation factor (Df) of 0.0035, making them a cost-effective alternative to PTFE and other commercial microwave and high-speed digital laminate materials.

Amphenol Invotec have already successfully used I-Tera MT on a number of customer sequential lamination and stacked microvia designs, including LDI solder mask defined micro BGAs.

For further details on this and other materials within our material portfolio, please contact your sales representative or visit www.amphenol-invotec.com.

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