DuPont MCM Joining TMYTEK Spotlights at IMS 2022
DENVER, CO., June 22, 2022 – DuPont (NYSE: DD) Microcircuit and Component Materials (MCM) demonstrates its GreenTape™ low temperature co-fired ceramic (LTCC) solutions at IMS 2022 (Booth Number:2502) alongside strategic partner TMY Technology Inc.(TMYTEK).
In SATCOM applications, reliability is vital for AiP solutions. DuPont GreenTape LTCC systems provide superior heat dissipation, coefficient of thermal expansion, and excellent moisture resistance, which are critical for achieving higher reliability in TMYTEK’s new 8×8 tile-based, dual-polarization phased array antenna.
A novel module from TMYTEK is on display that integrates numerous 8×8 tile-based dual-polarization phased array antennas with a curved cover. The compact size overcomes the technical limitations of a large single array antenna. The module can receive signals from hundreds of kilometers away under harsh conditions, thanks to the high mechanical endurance and thermal stability of DuPont™ GreenTape™LTCC materials, making them excellent solutions for industries such as aerospace, shipbuilding, and oil drilling platforms.
“We’re thrilled to present our GreenTape™ materials with TMYTEK’s latest solutions for ESA,” said Andy Kao, Global Telcom Segment Leader, DuPont MCM, adding, “Our collaboration illustrates again that DuPont™ GreenTape™LTCC is a great choice for AiP applications.”
“We enjoy working with DuPont MCM to develop the LTCC phased array antenna solution for SATCOM applications. The combined features deliver LTCC-based design and scale flexibility, strong durability, and stable performance for ESA,” said TMYTEK Founder and CEO Su-Wei Chang.
In addition, DuPont MCM and TMYTEK are also collaborating to develop solutions for 5G mmWave applications.