Dk & Df under different temperature

"Evaluation Testing: Different resonance cavity types are suitable for various DK DF test frequencies, and the measurable conditions vary accordingly. We assist in assessing whether the samples are conducive to testing under specific conditions."

The fundamental properties of materials change under different temperature conditions. For most materials, the Dielectric Constant (Dk) tends to decrease with an increase in temperature, while the Dissipation Factor (Df) tends to rise, leading to increased energy loss. Therefore, Dk and Df values at different temperatures become crucial considerations for engineers in specific application scenarios.

    Arcanum Advanced Inc. offers measurements of dielectric constant and dissipation factor for samples under high and low-temperature conditions. This involves using a temperature-controlled chamber and temperature-resistant wiring for measurements under elevated temperature conditions. The currently supported testing temperature range is from -20°C to 120°C. For detailed information, please feel free to contact us.

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