Radio Frequency PCBs (RF)

Radio frequency (RF) and microwave (MW) circuits can be found in wireless products from handheld devices for medical and industrial applications to advanced communications systems for base stations, radar and global positioning.

Sourceman works closly with our clients to insure that the project’s cost/performance targets can be met by providing information on material options, relative costs and DFM considerations.

When producing radio frequency PCBs it is important to think about optimum signal paths using materials types and material characteristics (loss tangent / Df and dielectric constant / Dk), copper foil profiles, weave styles as well as general layout of the copper circuitry. All of these factors have a significant impact on the the performance of the finished product.

At Sourceman, we pride ourselves on our expertise when it comes to RF boards – Our team of experts bring the most demanding layout concepts to reality.

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Features Sourceman’s Technical Specification
Number of layers 2-20 layers
Technology highlights Controlled impedance, low loss materials, miniaturization
Materials Low loss / low Dk, higher performance FR-4, PPO, Teflon, hydrocarbon / ceramic filled
Dielectric thickness 0.1mm – 3.0mm
Profile method Routing, v-score
Copper weights (finished) ½ to 6 ounces
Minimum track and gaps 0.075mm / 0.075mm
Metal core thickness 0.4-2mm post bonded
Maximum dimensions 580mm x 1010mm
Surface finishes available HASL (Lead-free), OSP, ENIG, Immersion tin, Immersion silver

High Frequency Multilayer

Our most common and highest demand technology category.

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High Density Interconnect

Our team of experts have extensive experience with High Density Interconnect (HDI) PCBs.

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Radio Frequency (RF)

RF boards are extremely versatile in terms of different applications across multitude of industries.




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Metal Backed & Insulated Metal

Advantages of metal backed pcbs include cost-effectiveness, improved heat dissipation, durability, flexibility and eco-friendliness.

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Flex PCBs are commonly utilised in various industries due to their many advantages in both physical design as well as manufacturing.

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Rigid-flex PCBs offer a wide array of applications, from smart devices, to cell phones and digital cameras.

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Semi-Flex PCBs belong to the 3D printed circuit board product group. The semiflexible design also offers significant cost advantages over classic rigid-flex PCBs.

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Backplane design can be complex as it requires multiple specialties for success. Therefore it’s crucial to have the right team of designers.

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