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Technologie aérosol appliquée à l'intégration 3D et aux composants hyperfréquences

Abstract : This thesis work is focused on the development of the Aerosol Jet printing (AJP) technology to produce microwave components in the millimeter frequency band and to address 3D component integration issues. The first chapter is devoted to a bibliographic study to compare the different additive technologies available on the market in order to position the AJP in relation to the state of the art. The second chapter is dedicated to the selection and characterization of metallic and dielectric materials that can be printed by AJP. These various tests lead to the production of microwave and millimeter waves components on flat ceramic substrates. The third chapter is devoted to the selective metallization by AJP of 3D ceramic objects produced by stereolithography. More specifically, the various tests will eventually allow ceramic volumetric filters operating at millimeter waves to be selectively metallized. The fourth chapter concerns the design, study and implementation of new types of hybrid components and interconnects that can be fully printed by AJP. This work is original through the use of an innovative additive selective metallization technology applied to microwave and millimeter wave passive components.
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Anthony Delage. Technologie aérosol appliquée à l'intégration 3D et aux composants hyperfréquences. Electronique. Université de Limoges, 2019. Français. ⟨NNT : 2019LIMO0113⟩. ⟨tel-02492936⟩



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