San Diego State University’s High Frequency Lab
Kappa Extractor is a tool to extract the dielectric constant, loss tangent, and dielectric thickness from high-frequency measurements. This tool was developed at San Diego State University’s Electrical and Computer Engineering Department. The project is funded as part of a National Science Foundation (NSF) grant. The principal investigator of this project is Dr. Ege A. Engin, co-investigator is Dr. Jerry Aguirre, and GUI developer is Robert B. Paul. The manufacture of the test parts was provided by Kyocera International.