High Frequency PCB

High Frequency PCB

When you need high-frequency signals in your electronic devices, High-Frequency PCB fabrication is the solution. Electronic devices are increasingly complex today, and this type of PCB can provide frequencies of 500 MHz to 2 GHz. This works well in designs that require high speed, radio frequency (RF), microwave, and mobile applications.

Our Experience

At MKTPCB, we have over a decade of experience in fabricating high-quality PCBs of all types for clients. We are a full service PCN manufacturer, and we provide reliable high-frequency PCBs that have superior quality. We pride ourselves on our 99% customer satisfaction rate, and we offer businesses fast and reliable turnaround times on PCB fabrication. We can fabricate prototypes as well as mass produced PCBs, and we will work with you to ensure that you get the PCBs your devices need for optimum performance.

Please contact MKTPCB for full details regarding material availability: email linda@mktpcb.com

Feature Capability
Quality Guarantee Standard IPC class 2
Number of Layers 1-24layers
Order Quantity No MOQ requirement
Material RO4003C, RO4350B, Ro3003, Ro3010, RT5880
PP Rogers 4450F, Domestic-(25FR), Domestic-(RF-27), Domestic-(6700)
Board Size Min 6mm x 6mm | Max 457mm x 610mm
Board Thickness 0.3mm - 3.2mm
Finished Copper 1oz-2oz
Min Track Spacing 3mil/3mil
Solder Mask Color Green, White, Blue, Black, Red, Yellow, Purple, Matte Black, Matte Green.
Silkscreen Color White, Black, Yellow
Surface Finishing Immersion gold, OSP, Hard Gold, Immersion silver, Enepig
Min Annular Ring 4mil
Min Drilling Hole Diameter 6mil
Impedance tolerance ±10%
Other Techniques Peelable solder mask Gold fingers Carbon oil Countersink holes
Build Time 2days - 5weeks

When to Use High-Frequency PCB Service

As technology develops, new electronic devices are requiring higher speeds and frequencies. Operating frequencies are moving into RF and microwave regions, and the material selection of your PCB will determine the ability of the PCB to produce high-frequency signals. This specialized PCB is necessary for advanced applications in wireless base stations, aerospace, automotive, high speed digital, and many other industries.

Features of High-Frequency PCB Service

High-Frequency PCBs need to have low thermal conductivity to prevent thermal heat transfer in your applications at high frequencies. In addition, RF and microwave signals are sensitive to noise and have tighter impedance tolerances than standard PCBs. As a result, special materials are used to achieve high-frequency signals. Among the materials used, Rogers dielectric material works well because it has reduced signal loss, it is less expensive to fabricate, and it is suitable for rapid prototyping applications.

The wavelength of a circuit is dependent on the frequency and material, and dielectric constant values can allow for smaller PCBs, which is important for specific impedance and frequency ranges. It is critical to understand different features, such as the coefficient of thermal expansion, dielectric constant, thermal coefficient, the temperature coefficient of dielectric constant, the dissipation factor, and relative permittivity of PCB materials to fabricate the best high-frequency PCB.

Other Features of High-Frequency PCBs

We offer the following features to ensure that your High-Frequency PCBs are custom made to suit your specific applications:

  • Standard IPC2 quality
  • Two to 24 layers
  • Quantities of one to 10,000 or more pieces
  • Build time of two days to five weeks

We offer the best materials for your specific applications. We have a variety of board sizes, thicknesses, and weights to ensure that the High-Frequency PCB is ideal for your device.

Contact Us

Please contact us through an online inquiry, email or by telephone. Our experienced sales engineers will respond to you, answer your questions, and provide you with a quote. We understand the importance of High-Frequency PCBs meeting strict standards for reliability and performance, and our quality assurance team ensures that they do.

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