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CSIR develops technology for satellites to replace expensive imported electronics

CSIR develops technology for satellites to replace expensive imported electronics

Indian experts have created Toxic-free and more effective multilayer technology. Satellite communication and the defense industry both use the technology extensively. The Central Space Research Institute (CSIR) supplies it to the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) for testing purposes.

Key Highlight:

  • Indian experts have created Toxic-free and more effective multilayer technology.
  • Satellite communication and the defense industry both use the technology extensively.
  • The Central Space Research Institute (CSIR) supplies it to the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) for testing purposes.
  • If the tests are successful, the technology might be used in various microwave components, including satellite transponder ā€˜Sā€™ and ā€˜Cā€™ band receivers.

Indian scientists have created Toxic-free and improved multilayer technology to package electronic components together to produce multilayer circuits. Strategic sectors like satellite communication and the defense industry, which currently rely on expensive imports, might greatly benefit from this new technology.

The technology, known as LTCC tapes and HTCC substrates, is in the fifth stage of ‘Technology Readiness’ and is being delivered to the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) for tests by the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR).

If the tests are successful, the technology might be used in various microwave components, including satellite transponder ‘S’ and ‘C’ band receivers. Every year, ISRO needs tens of thousands of rolls of tape and substrates. Some defense public sector companies, as well as some research institutions, call for them.

There is a high need now for low orbit satellites that have a compact volume and mass and shortened production time and low costs due to sustainable technology. Hybrid micro-systems based on LTCC technology could be a solution for future communication satellites because of their high performance and low cost, integrating components like capacitors, resistors, inductors, resonators, and filters into a multilayered ceramic module.

At the CSIR’s National Institute for Interdisciplinary Science and Technology (NIIST), Dr. KP Surendran produced a variety of dielectric tapes and HTCC materials with dielectric characteristics or the ability to store electrical energy in a field of electricity. HTCC zircon substrate tape casting has previously been patented.

In the absence of volatile organic compounds such as xylene and methyl ethyl ketone, an aqueous tape casting method has been created that poses few health risks.

Today, the Ministry of Science and Technology released a statement saying that under the ISRO Respond initiative, a proposal to develop an all-gold tape system would be suggested as a replacement for the imported system using LTCC tapes. After ISRO’s testing of gold paste-based LTCC tapes, commercial exploration and mass production of this product are also being proposed.

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