dielectric material

dielectric material

[‚dī·ə′lək·trik mə‚tir·ē·əl]
(materials)
Also known as dielectric.
A material which is an electrical insulator or in which an electric field can be sustained with a minimum dissipation of power.
In a more general sense, any material other than a condensed state of a metal.
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Yung and Luo developed a material containing a thermotropic liquid crystalline polymer, a dielectric material, laser-activatable additives, and a fibrous filler.
Employing the company's newly developed X7S dielectric material, which is asserted to reduce the average diameter of dielectric particles by approximately 20 percent and enhance the uniformity of its composition, the new MLCC also features a 30 percent smaller mounting surface than conventional 1210 size products, providing improved design flexibility over comparable products, such as aluminum electrolytic capacitors.
The DTE PCB approach eliminates use of a dielectric material completely from a conduction thermal path, allowing direct thermal exchange.
The Laminax metal foil or strip is bonded with its dielectric material without adhesive.
31 -- Shocking Technologies has received notification from Underwriters Laboratories (UL) that it has been awarded 94V-0 certification for its XStatic100 product, a voltage switch able dielectric material.
The HSTF material is an advanced biocompatible dielectric material that produces superior mechanical and electrical properties.
It provides instant power and automatically adjusts itself to match any electrode style or dielectric material.
Abstract: A radio frequency antenna for embedding within a conductive, dielectric material (such as tire rubber) is provided along with a method of embedding a radio frequency antenna in such a material.
FWT technology works by encapsulating three-dimensional antenna elements in a spatially configured dielectric material.
Using a new gate dielectric material, Toshiba has developed a CMOS transistor that reduces gate leakage current to a level only 1/1000 that of CMOS transistors with conventional gate dielectrics.