CHPT Successfully Tapping Into Satellite PCBs Segment


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Taiwan-based IC testing solution provider Chunghwa Precision Test Tech (CHPT) will see efforts in developing its new product line of aerospace PCBs pay off gradually, as its PCBs will undergo satellite communication situational tests by US aerospace firm SpaceX in the near future, Digitimes reports.

CHPT has had its aerospace-specs PCBs pass validations by SpaceX, dedicated to designing, manufacturing and launching advanced rockets and spacecraft. Such PCBs will be part of the Big Falcon Rocket (BFR) to be launched into the space for situational tests in late second quarter or early third quarter of the year.

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