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  • Honey, I shrunk the circuit board
    of the earliest methods was the Chip On Board (COB) technique. At the core of COB is the use of integrated circuits (ICs) in unpackaged form. After being sawed from completed IC wafers, the unpackaged integrated circuits are glued to a circuit-board substrate with the contact pads facing away from the substrate
  • Complete PCB Design Using OrCad Capture and Layout
    Complete PCB Design Using OrCad Capture and Layout. Providing instruction on how to use OrCAD to design and manufacture printed circuit boards, this book offers a quick tutorial on how to use the software as well as in-depth knowledge of the capabilities and limitations of the software package.
  • Circuit Design with VHDL
    Circuit Design with VHDL. This text offers a fully integrated presentation of VHDL and design concepts by including a large number of complete design examples, illustrative circuit diagrams, a review of fundamental design concepts, fully explained solutions and simulation results.
  • Printed Circuit Assembly Design
    Printed Circuit Assembly Design. Offering complete coverage of electrical and mechanical design considerations, this unique how-to tutorial provides all the tools today s electronics designers need to work through the PCA design process, one step at a time.
  • Easier circuit-board assembly
    Printed-circuit-board assembly begins and ends when PCBs are moved out of and into carriers called magazines. As they travel through the line, the boards may be unloaded and loaded several times before assembly is complete. But building and operating these assembly lines can be expensive. Faster
  • Integrated Circuit Design for High-Speed Frequency Synthesis
    Integrated Circuit Design for High-Speed Frequency Synthesis. Get hands-on expertise in the design of frequency synthesizers in high-speed integrated circuits with this complete, one-stop resource packed with straight-from-the-lab techniques, procedures, and applications.
  • Selectivity Analysis in Low Voltage Power Distribution Systems with Fuses & Circuit Breakers
    Interest in complete overcurrent device selectivity has increased due to the addition of selectivity requirements to articles 700, 701, and 708 of the National Electrical Code (NFPA70). Many users, both commercial and industrial, use fuses and circuit breakers simultaneously. Traditional
  • Success Stories - Aerosector
    devices interrupt or complete. a circuit when activated from a remote source (moving contact and external. connection). Relays are generally used for low current applications, and open the. circuits within milliseconds.

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