iNEMI to Hold Hybrid PCB Survey Results Webinar


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iNEMI’s PCB & Laminates Technology Integration Group (TIG) has identified thermoset hybrid PCB reliability as a critical focus area. Combining standard laminates with layers of low loss dielectric materials can provide the electrical performance required to meet an increasing range of high frequency applications at minimum cost. However, this combination of dissimilar resin materials has associated challenges for PCB manufacturing processes and can result in a reduction in durability and reliability, often only apparent as a field failure. 

The PCB & Laminates TIG surveyed some of the industry’s top laminate manufacturers, PCB fabricators, and OEMs/ODMs to better understand hybrid PCB utilization and some of the common challenges associated with manufacturing hybrid PCBs. This webinar will present an analysis of the survey responses, including metrics on hybrid PCB utilization along with insights into hybrid PCB manufacturing challenges and their implications for hybrid PCB design. Suggestions for future collaborative projects related to hybrid PCBs will also be presented and attendees will have the opportunity to offer input on specific interests.

Registration

This webinar is open to industry; advance registration is required. Two sessions (with the same content) are scheduled — see registration links below. Get additional details about the webinar, and if you have any questions, please contact Steve Payne (steve.payne@inemi.org).

Session 1 (Americas/Europe)
Tuesday, April 26
12:00-1:00 p.m. EDT (Americas) 
6:00-7:00 p.m. CEST (Europe)

Session 2 (APAC)
Wednesday, April 27
7:00-8:00 a.m. CST (China) 
7:00-8:00 p.m. EDT on April 26 (Americas)

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