Cambridge, MA―GVD Corporation, an MIT technology-inspired polymer coating company, is pleased to announce they’ll be a part of the 5G/IoT Pavilion in booth 848 at the International Microwave Symposium in Honolulu, Hawaii, June 6th-8th. They will be unveiling their highly reliable environmental coating for microwave electronics which eliminates the need for hermetic packaging.
Meeting military standards for harsh environmental exposure, shock, and vibration testing, the innovative polymer coating is applied by GVD through a dry, room-temperature vapor deposition process that gently encapsulates boards and/or components in a micron-thin polymer. The vapor deposition process is both conformal and uniform, ensuring effective coverage of a populated circuit board or the bare surface of a die, protecting products from moisture and debris in the environment.
The coating’s low dielectric constant and low thickness has been demonstrated to have negligible impact on signal integrity when applied directly to the surface of Monolithic Microwave Integrated Circuits (MMICs) operating in Ku, Ka, and W bands. The coating’s high thermal stability also makes it compatible with hot-running semiconductor technologies, such as gallium nitride (GaN) components.
For more information, visit www.gvdcorp.com
SOURCE: GVD Corporation