White Papers

RF & MW Control Products in Silicon

Analog Devices’ new RF and microwave (MW) switch and attenuator products implemented in advanced silicon process benefit inherent advantages of silicon technology compared to legacy counterparts using gallium-arsenide (GaAs). This paper provides highlights on features and key performance parameters of the new switch and attenuator products.

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A Robust Supply Chain: The Important Role Your Contract Manufacturer Can Play

Your complex device demands a robust supply chain. In today’s unsure environment, you need to know that your supply chain is available, flexible, and affordable when you need it. Establishing a strong and effective partnership with a contract manufacturer can ensure that you have the purchasing power and agility needed when the unexpected happens or design changes are needed. “A Robust Supply Chain,” our White Paper, outlines three things to look for in a contract manufacturer and three things you can do to ensure a smooth production process and an improved bottom line.

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Ultra Low Thermal Resistant Adhesives for Electronic Applications

As advances in epoxy and silicone materials constantly evolve, manufacturers of advanced electronic systems will find that adhesives offer the ability to meet nearly any combination of requirements for thermal, environmental, and structural stability. As product manufacturers face greater challenges in assembling die, package, and other components into products able to cope with increasing heat loads, adhesives are particularly versatile for bonding, sealing and coating. Moreover, the use of filler materials in adhesives can help to fine tune the specific performance demands required to extend product lifecycles and meet manufacturing requirements. Learn more about why and how ultra low thermally conductive adhesives are the preferred fastening approach in applications requiring careful thermal management.

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Adhesives, Sealants and Coatings for the Aerospace Industry

From prototype to assembly line, our materials have aided in the success of many companies across the aerospace industry. This 28 page catalog features a variety of products that are widely used for structural bonding, sealing and gap filling. These formulations ensure reliability in the assembly of aircraft structures, components, interiors and MRO applications.

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Evaluating Electrically Insulating Epoxies

Dielectric constant, dissipation factor, dielectric strength, surface and volume resistivity are all fundamental electrical properties of epoxies. How they are measured, what values are desirable and how they react to changes in temperature, fillers and other variables are considered in this paper. The specific composition of resin and curing agents will also affect the electrical properties of a cured epoxy system. Three major types of curing agents are explained in this paper along with their benefits and trade-offs with respect to electrical properties.

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Potting Compounds Protect Electronic Circuits

Potting and encapsulation compounds are designed to completely enclose a component, module or PCB, which effectively shields the unit while providing structural support. There are a variety of potting formulations on the market today that suit the needs of diverse applications. Learn about the performance properties of each, plus the packaging options available, to see which is best suited for the manufacturing and assembly of your electronic device.

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Silicones Meet the Needs of the Electronics Industry

Remarkable silicones. The combination of their unique ability to maintain physical properties across a wide range of temperature, humidity, and frequency--combined with their flexibility--set them apart. Silicone based adhesives, sealants, potting and encapsulation compounds are used in hundreds of consumer, business, medical, and military electronic systems. In this white paper, learn what makes silicones different from other organic polymers, why their properties remain stable across different temperatures, and how they have played a major role in the rapid innovation of the electronics industry.

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