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PCB007-Dec2019

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USA - AZ, tel. +1 480-961-1382 • EUROPE - BELGIUM, tel. +32 9 235 3611 • www.rogerscorp.com/acs Camera Long Range Radar LIDAR Short/ Mid-Range Radar Short/ Mid-Range Radar LIDAR Camera Camera Short Range Radar Short Range Radar Short Range Radar Short Range Radar Short/ Mid-Range Radar Short/ Mid-Range Radar Long Range Radar LIDAR Camera V2X Antenna High-performance circuit laminates, such as RO3000® and RO4000® series materials, are already well established for radar antennas in automotive collision-avoidance radar systems at 24 and 77 GHz. To further enable autonomous driving, higher performance GPS/GNSS and V2X antennas will be needed, which can benefit from the cost-effective high performance of Kappa™ 438 and RO4000 series materials. These antennas and circuits will count on the consistent quality and high performance of circuit materials from Rogers. Autonomous "self-driving" vehicles are heading our way guided by a variety of sensors, such as short and long range radar, LIDAR, ultrasound and camera. Vehicles will be connected by vehicle-to-everything (V2X) technology. The electronic systems in autonomous vehicles will have high-performance RF antennas. Both radar and RF communication antennas will depend on performance possible with circuit materials from Rogers Corporation. To learn more visit: www.rogerscorp.com/autonomousdriving Material Features RADAR RO3003G2™ Laminates Best in class insertion loss / most stable electrical properties for 77 GHz antennas RO4830™ Laminates Cost-effective performance for 77 GHz antennas RO4835™ Laminates Stable RF performance for multi-layer 24 GHz antennas ANTENNA RO4000 Series Circuit Materials Low loss, FR-4 processable and UL 94 V-0 rated materials Kappa™ 438 Laminates Higher performance alternative to FR-4 Rogers' Laminates: Paving the way for tomorrow's Autonomous Vehicles

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