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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Proper dielectric material selection enables the PCB designer to minimize the dielectric loss because at frequencies above 1 GHz, dielectric loss is dominant compared to conductor loss.
These MLCC components are composed of alternating layers of dielectric material and inner electrodes.
IBM was the first semiconductor manufacturer to perfect a technique for building chips with a true low-k dielectric material which better insulates copper wiring, helping electronic signals move faster and more efficiently through a chip.
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This research and development award is to advance the state-of-the-art concept in frequency agile filters based on tunable dielectric material.
Silicon dioxide is currently used as a gate dielectric material in the semiconductor industry, and it is considered necessary to measure oxide film thicknesses between 1.
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Usable bandwidth increased from 5GHz to 10GHz simply by using a lower Dk and Df dielectric material and appropriate copper foil with reduced roughness.
A popular dielectric material in use today is polypropylene filled with talc.