|By Business Wire||
|August 8, 2014 02:01 PM EDT||
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/mdw8m8/_paratek_bst) has announced the addition of the "Paratek - BST Tunable RF Capacitor - ON Semiconductor TCP-3027 - Technology Analysis Report" report to their offering.
Manufactured and sold by ON Semiconductor and based on a Paratek technology the TCP-3027 is a tunable RF capacitor of 2.7pF.
The tunable RF capacitor has a better quality factor (Q) than the standard varactor diode. The TCP-3027 is a passive tunable integrated capacitor (PTIC) packaged in a WLCSP measuring 0.87 x 0.71mm.
The tunability is due to the material called ParaScan by Paratek. A Barium Strontium Titanate (BST) doped ceramic is used as a dielectric in the capacitor. The ferroelectric characteristics of the ParaScan allows a large variation of the electric constant. Paratek has developed a specific capacitor structure and a DC bias compensation to reduce the parasitic acoustic wave.
This reverse costing report provides an estimation of the production cost of the TCP-3027. It describes the overall manufacturing process and highlights key points of innovation developed by Paratek and ON Semiconductor.
Key Topics Covered:
2. Overview/Introduction, Company Profile
3. Physical Analysis
- Synthesis of the Physical Analysis
- Physical Analysis Methodology
- Package Views & Dimensions
- Package Opening
- Copper Pillar
- PTIC Die
- View & Dimensions
- Capacitor Structure
- STMicroelectronics STPTIC
4. Manufacturing Process Flow
- Global Overview
- PTIC Process Flow
- PTIC Wafer Fabrication Unit
- Packaging Process Flow
- Package Assembly Unit
For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/mdw8m8/_paratek_bst
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