When reliability, efficiency, and performance are critical, design engineers partner with Rogers to develop and deliver the material technologies they require. Here are some of our newest product power electronics product introductions and RF/microwave design tutorials.


Power electronics concepts for the world of tomorrow…today.

VIDEO: Welcome to the World of Rogers’ Power Electronics Solutions

At PCIM Europe 2016, Rogers introduced ROLINX® CapEasy and ROLINX® CapPerformance capacitors busbar assemblies. These new products combine the unique capacitor technology developed by SBE Inc and Rogers Corporation laminated busbars. These assemblies offers a significant reduction in equivalent series inductance (ESL) and equivalent series resistance (ESR) compared with traditional designs. The result is lower total system cost and increased power density, due to lower overshoot voltages and less micro F/kW of required total capacitance. Integrated capacitor-busbar assemblies were developed for critical DC link applications in traction drive inverters for HEV/EV and inverter systems for solar and wind power.

VIDEO: curamik® Ceramic Strategies

curamik® high temperature/high voltage substrates consist of pure copper bonded to a ceramic substrate. They provide great heat conductivity and temperature resistance for high performance and high temperature applications, high insulation voltage, and high heat spreading.


On-demand webinars to help optimize RF/microwave circuit design for fabricators and OEMs.

WEBINAR: Bonding Layer Material Selection for Use in High Performance Multilayer Circuit Board Design

In this webinar, we discuss bonding layer material properties commonly used in high frequency/high reliability applications and how the material selection and fabrication process affect the electrical and mechanical performance of the finished board.

WEBINAR: High Frequency Materials and Characterization up to Millimeter Wave Frequencies

This webinar provides an overview of common test methods used to determine the dielectric constant (Dk) for high frequency materials, followed by a discussion of methods that are best for characterizing material properties for microwave modeling and design.


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