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Title: Lithographic technology for microwave integrated circuits
Authors: Shepherd, PR
Evans, PSA
Ramsey, BJ
Harrison, DJ
Keywords: Microwave integrated circuits;Lithography
Issue Date: 1997
Publisher: IEEE
Citation: IEE Electronics Letters. 33 (6) 483 - 484
Abstract: Conductive lithographic films (CLFs) have been developed primarily as substitutes for resin/laminate boards, which share properties with the metallisation patterns used in planar microwave integrated circuits (MICs). The authors examine the microwave properties of the films and show that, although the losses are greater, they have potential as an alternative to the traditional manufacturing process of MICs.
ISSN: 0013-5194
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Dept of Design Research Papers

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