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High Frequency PCB Manufacturing service

High-quality and quick-turn high frequency PCBs at competitive market prices.

High Frequency PCB Fabrication

A high-frequency PCB is suitable when integrating a particular signal with an electronic product. It boasts a frequency range of 500MHZ to 2GHZ, making it ideal for high-speed designs, radio frequency (RF), microwave, and mobile applications. 

These higher transmission frequencies also offer faster signal flow rates essential in today’s increasingly complex electronic switches and components.

A high-frequency board requires specialized materials to establish high-frequency signals. Any slight change in the Er value of the materials will affect the PCB impedance. Most PCB manufacturers use Rogers dielectric material because of its lower dielectric loss, minimal signal loss, cost-effective circuit fabrication, and excellent appropriateness for quick-turn prototyping applications.

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Besides selecting the suitable board material and determining the appropriate Er value, manufacturers also consider aspects like conductor width and spacing and substrate constant. These aspects should be precisely specified and executed with the highest process control level.

MKTPCB is a full-service printed circuit board manufacturer that offers reliable, quality high frequency PCB manufacturing services at competitive market prices. We fabricate high-frequency circuits with frequencies ranging from 500MHZ to 2GHZ.

Why You Should Choose MKTPCB’s High Frequency Circuits


Our High Frequency PCB Manufacturing Capacity

At MKTPCB, we have over a decade of experience in fabricating high-quality PCBs of all types for various clients. We are a one-stop PCB service provider, and we offer reliable high frequency PCBs that have superior quality. We pride ourselves on our 99% customer satisfaction rate, and we offer clients fast and reliable turnaround times on PCB fabrication. 

We can fabricate prototypes and mass-produced PCBs, and we will work with you to ensure that you get the PCBs your devices need for optimum performance.

The table below shows our high frequency PCB manufacturing capacities.

PCB Capacity
Quality Grade
Standard IPC Class 2
Number of Layers
1-24 layers
Order Quantity
No MOQ requirement
RO4003C, RO4350B, Ro3003, Ro3010, RT5880
Rogers 4450F, Domestic-(25FR), Domestic-(RF-27), Domestic-(6700)
Board Size
Min 6mm x 6mm | Max 457mm x 610mm
Board Thickness
0.4 mm – 5.0 mm
Finished Copper Weight
0.5 oz – 2.0 oz
Min Tracing / Spacing
3 mil / 3 mil
Solder Mask Sides
As per the customer requirements
Silkscreen Color
white, black, yellow
Surface Finish
Electroless nickel/imm
ersion gold (ENIG) – RoHS, Immersion silver – RoHS, Immersion tin – RoHS, Organic solderability preservatives – RoHS
Min Annular Ring
4 mil
Min Drilling Hole Diameter
6 mil
Impedance tolerance
Other Techniques
Peelable solder mask, Gold fingers, Carbon oil, Countersink holes
Build Time
2 days – 5 weeks

The table below shows some of the common base materials we use to manufacture high frequency PCBs.

Dielectric Constant
3.48±0.05@10 GHz
3.38±@10 GHz
3.00±0.04@10 GHz
10.2±0.03@10 GHz
2.20±0.02@10 GHz


Quality Assessment Tests for Our High Frequency PCB Products

First Article Inspection (FAI)

MKTPCB acknowledges FAI as the initial step of quality inspection before the mass production of circuit boards. We put up this step to avoid producing large quantities of defective products due to processing and operational issues.We inspect every resistor, capacitance, and inductance using an LCR meter. Besides, we use QC with BOM and Assembly drawing to verify chips.

Automatic Optical Inspection (AOI)

The AOI process verifies the placement of electronic components and solder joints after SMT. The primary objective is to get the highest quality control and detect and remove defects in the earlier stages of the assembling process.

X-Ray Inspection

In this step, we use short wavelengths of 0.0006-80nm to penetrate various PCB materials. Designs with BGA and QFN packages have solder joints that are not easily visible by human eyes. We employ X-ray machines to inspect such packages in the final printed circuit board assembly.

Final Quality Assurance (FQA)

After carrying out FAI, AOI, and X-Ray inspections, our quality engineers conduct the last visual quality inspection process for all products. This process ensures that products have gone through all the assembling processes and are of good quality.

Function Test

Finally, we also conduct functional tests on all automated test equipment to simulate different loads, typically average, peak, and abnormal loads. This is a complicated process that involves various tool-based and programming tests. Additionally, this step requires customer technical support.

High-quality & Quick-turn High frequency PCB Manufacturing Services

MKTPCB remains committed to providing the best quality high frequency PCB manufacturing services – both prototype high frequency PCB manufacturing and high volume high frequency PCB manufacturing at competitive market prices. 

This commitment has helped us emerge as the trusted and reliable provider of high-frequency PCB manufacturing services in China. We have an experienced team of experts and a state-of-the-art infrastructure that guarantees high-quality products in a quick turnaround.

We Offer Low-Cost High-TG PCB Manufacturing and Assembly Services

No matter what your budget is, we have options available for you. For high-volume, high frequency PCB orders, we offer discounts. We are always available via telephone, email, and chat to discuss any of your questions or concerns. We manufacture the best quality high-frequency PCBs and strive to ensure that our customers are satisfied with our services.

Are you interested to know more about our high frequency PCB manufacturing services? Are you in need of prototypes or high-volume high frequency PCB manufacturing services at fast turnaround times? Kindly request a free online quote now. Our high-frequency PCB manufacturing services run 24/7 to meet strict deadlines. Our customer support also provides quick responses to our customers.


What is a High-Frequency PCB

A high-frequency PCB is a special board with high electromagnetic frequency, commonly applied in applications requiring frequencies of more than 300MHZ. The base materials of high-frequency boards must possess excellent electrical properties and chemical stability. With the rise of power signal frequency, the substrate loss requirement is negligible, highlighting the significance of high frequency materials.

The Benefits of High Frequency PCBs


High-frequency PCBs with small dielectric constant have minor losses, and the advanced induction heating technique can meet the target heating requirements. Apart from boosting a high efficiency, these boards are eco-friendly.


The conduction speed is inversely proportional to the square root of the dielectric constant. This implies that the lower the dielectric constant, the faster the transmission speed. High-frequency boards require unique base materials to achieve a small dielectric constant and maintain stable operation, boosting the signal integrity.


High-frequency PCBs, which is widely applied in different industries for the heating treatment of precision metallic materials, can achieve component heating with different depths and focus on heating as per the local features. Whether the heating techniques are for surface or deep level, you can quickly achieve concentration with the use of high-frequency boards.


The dielectric constant and medium display some environmental requirements. Standard boards are adversely affected by humid conditions. However, high-frequency PCBs consist of materials with low water absorption characteristics; hence, they can withstand humid weather. Besides, these boards are highly resistant to chemical corrosion, high temperatures, and peel pressure.


We provide quick-turn printed circuit board services, ranging from 24 to 48 hours. 


We provide 24/7 technical support and consultation services.

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