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  • What Makes a Good Coupler?
    As with so many things, the design and manufacture of couplers involves many trade-offs, most having to do with cost. The minimum requirements for data bus couplers (MIL-STD-1553) are quite open and easily met. It is possible to make a pulse transformer that meets the requirement but unless
  • Soldered Flexi-Circuits Tensile Test
    The customer was a manufacturer and developer of braking systems for the heavy goods vehicle, bus and truck industries. This involves the manufacture of printed circuit boards (PCBâ s), hot bar soldered flexi-circuits, ribbon cable and thin film soldered connections and connectors. For in-process
  • USB Uncovered
    Now Serving Our Customers from Two Locations! is pleased to be able to be able to serve you from both our Livermore, CA headquarters and our new distribution center in Norcross, GA. USB Uncovered USB (Universal Serial Bus) is a system for connecting devices to personal computers
  • Quantum leap for digital cable
    databases, and carry out other functions exponentially faster than today 's most powerful computers. Moreover, superconducting components could be easier to manufacture and scale up than alternatives such as wires made of individual atoms. Unlike traditional electronic devices which store information
  • Process Analytical Technologies 101
    This quick, one-time registration gives you access to members-only site benefits. Although PAT was originally announced for small-molecule manufacture, biotech companies have employed process analytics--without the capital letters--from the industry's beginnings. Despite the inefficiencies
  • Computer Power User Article - White Paper: Multi-Core Processors
    per die. Multi-core processors differ from multi-processor setups, which contain more than one die. Because of the architecture used to create dual-core processors --the multiple cores share much of the circuitry on the chip --they're less expensive to develop and manufacture and consume less power

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