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The July 2017 issue of The PCB Magazine is now available.
The present and future challenges of mil/aero electronics are covered from A to Zentech this month, including a special interview section on IMPACT Washington D.C. 2017. From the DoD budget to the new cybersecurity regulations, and of course, reliability issues, it’s all covered.
Read all about it this month in The PCB Magazine, now on the virtual newsstand and available for delivery in your e-mailbox by subscribing here.
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Saminda Dharmarathna, et al.
The electronics industry has grown immensely over the last few decades owing to the rapid growth of consumer electronics in the modern world. New formulations are essential to fit the needs of manufacturing printed circuit boards and semiconductors.
Patty Goldman, I-Connect007
I went to my second IMPACT Washington, D.C. event this year (May 1–3) and, as much as I applauded last year’s event, this one far surpassed it—just ask anyone who was there. In this month’s issue, a special section on IMPACT backs that claim.
Manuel Herrera, Ohmega Technologies, Inc.
There has been a growing adoption of NiP thin film resistors as heater elements from a diverse group of users including those in the aerospace, defense, high-end computing and the volume consumer electronics market. A novel application has now grown from the validation and reliability testing perspective. Using embedded resistors as heaters to do high-temperature or burn-in testing eliminates the need for thermal chambers.