New GigaSync(TM) Laminates and Prepreg Eliminate Fiber Weave-Induced Skew Issues on Designs That Use Differential Pairs From 25 Gb/s Up to 100 Gb/s
Much has been written about jitter and skew on gigabit per second and faster differential signals that are traceable to the glass weave in PCB laminates. Skew caused by the fiber weave effect can be as high as 130 picoseconds when trace lengths exceed 20 inches. Speeding Edge, a consulting firm supporting several manufacturers of ultra-high performance products, has successfully validated that GigaSync reduces weave-induced skew on high-speed designs from 25 Gb/s on up to 100 Gb/s, using its proprietary Signal Integrity (SI) TV.
GigaSync is a member of the same UL family as Isola's IS415, FR408, FR408HR and I-Speed® laminate and prepreg materials. Like other products in this family, GigaSync offers excellent thermal performance. PCBs can be manufactured using the same parameters as those used for FR408HR and I-Speed. GigaSync will be supplied with Reverse-Treated Foil (RTF) and VLP-2, very low profile copper with 2 micrometre surface roughness (Rz) copper foil.
GigaSync samples are available now from Isola's
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