April 8, 2021
The rapidly expanding 5G infrastructure will significantly increase antenna and wireless systems markets for 28 GHz and beyond. Penn State has explored dielectric measurement methods spanning the frequency range between 1 MHz and 100 GHz, and has developed two general types of measurement techniques — resonant and transmission.
In this webinar, Michael Lanagan, Professor of Engineering Science and Mechanics at Penn State, presents information about broadband dielectric properties for a wide range of materials including quartz crystals, fused silica, alkali and alkaline-earth modified glass, polymers and polymer composites. He also discusses fundamental dielectric relaxation mechanisms in the MHz to THz frequency range for amorphous and crystalline materials along with their impact on dielectric permittivity and loss.
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