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Active Mold Packaging – Additive IC Packaging For mmWave Applications

Speaker: Florian Roick | Company: LPKF | Date: 10-11 March 2021 | Full Presentation

This presentation investigates the capabilities of Active Mold Packaging towards mmWave application. First the dielectric properties of three different AMP-EMCs are measured in the D-band. Second, the reflection coefficient S11, as well as the H- and E-plane radiation patterns are determined for a set of AMP manufactured 60 GHz bow-tie slot and dual dipole antennas. Where the measured results are compared to the design values and differences are discussed. And third, the D-band EMI shielding effectiveness of the electroless plated Cu/Ni/Au layer on the surface of three different AMP-EMCs is measured.

Florian Roick

Business Development Manager Active Mold Packaging @ LPKF


M. Sc. Florian Roick, Business Development Manager Active Mold Packaging. Born in 1981. He holds a degree as Bachelor of Science in Applied Physics from Dublin Institute of Technology. And a degree as Master of Science in Electrical Engineering with focus on laser systems, laser physics and microsystems engineering from Hochschule Bremen.

Since 2006 employed at LPKF Laser & Electronics AG, until 2008 as application engineer for the StencilLaser business unit. Between 2008 and 2019 strategic product manager responsible for aligning the product portfolio with the needs and requirements of the PCB and SMT markets.

Since 2019 Business Development Manager for LPKF’s Active Mold Packaging technology. That is to electrically functionalize the real-estate of the epoxy mold compound on the base of LPKF’s patented Laser Direct Structuring (LDS) technology. Co-inventor of the parametric stick-in and co-author of a variety of publications.

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