July Issue of The PCB Magazine Available Now


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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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