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Materials for Rigid and Flexible Printed Wiring Boardsby Martin W. Jawitz
Synopses & Reviews
Proper selection of materials is crucial to meet the end-use requirements of flexible and rigid printed wiring boards. While there are many books and articles on the fabrication of printed circuit boards, there is no single reference that details the properties of the materials used and how they are made. Materials for Rigid and Flexible Printed Wiring Boards presents important manufacturing information and material properties for reinforcement materials, resins, flexible films, copper foils, rigid laminates, high speed/high frequency laminates, and metal core and constraining core materials. It offers practical guidance to help designers, engineers, and fabricators choose suitable materials.
Book News Annotation:
Both of the Jawitz' have been working with printed circuits for decades and here summarize what they have learned about the materials for the boards themselves for the benefit of designers, engineers, and fabricators. Most of the data they present comes directly from the manufacturer's, so they recommend crossing fingers. They cover reinforcement materials (mostly glass), resins, flexible films, copper foils, rigid laminates, high-speed and high-frequency laminates, and metal core and constraining core materials. Annotation ©2006 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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