LTCC (Low Temperature Co-fired Ceramics)

LTCC is a multi-layer glass ceramic substrate which is co-fired with low resistance metal
conductors at low firing temperature (less than 1000℃). It is sometimes referred to as
“Glass Ceramics” because its composition consists of glass and aluminum.
  • High integration
  • Down-sizing through multi-layer and fine line patterning
  • Low conductive resistance
  • Dimensional accuracy and flatness
  • Embedded RF functions

 

What makes Adamant’s LTCC unique is its “Zero-shrinkage Sintering Process” which limits shrinkage to be in z-direction only. This process provides excellent dimensional accuracy and surface flatness. Adamant’s LTCC also offers superb electrical characteristics thanks to its low dielectric ceramic materials and low resistance Ag conductors.

 

Advantage
LTCC Processing

 

Mixing & Milling
Tape Casting
Cutting
Punching
Via Hole Filling
LTCC processing1
Inner Pattern
Printing
Lamination
Shaping
Cofiring
Post Pattern
Printing
Plating
LTCC processing2

Main Applications
MEMS Sensor Package
RF SiP/FEM Substrate
Frequency Device Package

Medical Equipment
Industrial Equipment
LED Chip Carrier

Direct Plating Copper
Lineup
LTCC
Alumina
Aluminum Nitride