Creating a PCB with stripline inductors

Discussion in 'The Projects Forum' started by yoamocuy, Oct 20, 2011.

  1. yoamocuy

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    Hey, I'm looking at building a test circuit provided in datasheet BLF571, and in this test circuit stripline inductors are used. In regards to the stripline inductors, the following information is given:

    Printed-Circuit Board (PCB): Rogers 5880; εr = 2.2 F/m; height = 0.79 mm; Cu (top/bottom metallization); thickness copper plating = 35 mm.

    My question is in regards to the height listed. Would that height be the thickness of the dielectric material between the inductor and the power plane/ground plane? Or would that be the height of the entire board?
     
  2. bertus

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  3. BMorse

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    are you sure the thickness is 35mm not .35mm ??? That would be an awfully thick piece of copper! :)
     
  4. yoamocuy

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    Oh its 35 μm :/
     
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