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A new miniature wireless network is stepping out of academic journals, into micro-miniature medical device applications, and subsequently onto the PCB microelectronics assembly floor. It’s called WBAN, which stands for wireless body area network. Medical OEMs and their design engineers have been anticipating such a development to help launch and expand remote tele-health patient monitoring […]

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Growing numbers of OEM products are becoming smaller to the point of micro miniaturization. Those include medical and commercial products. This emerging breed of OEM product demands PCB microelectronics assembly and especially sub-micron device placement. The current industry standard for accuracy for placement of MEMS devices, sensors, bio sensors or other kinds of pressure sensors […]

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Photonics has been around for many years. Today, that technology is beginning to make its presence known in PCB microelectronics assembly and in a variety of new applications. But we need to step back a bit and revisit reasons why photonics is so vital to meet today’s demands for increasingly higher speeds in advanced systems. […]

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OEMs launching micro-miniature products and relying on PCB microelectronics assembly and manufacturing to help produce those products may find themselves in a quandary. Let’s think about this. The industry standard for accuracy right now for placement of MEMS devices, sensors, biosensors, or other kinds of pressure sensors is five-micron placement accuracy on a very small […]

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A new player is coming in to help make PCB real estate more available on small flex and flex-rigid circuits undergoing microelectronics assembly. It’s called an interposer, and it’s a type of connection that takes connections from one side of the substrate or board or material towards the other side. Further, it is an electrical […]

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Today’s PCB microelectronics assembly and manufacturing is still in its early stages and depending on who you talk to, it takes on different methods and procedures at different EMS providers. So, you can safely say that not all microelectronics assembly and manufacturing houses are alike. A good measure to determine if you have the right […]

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Today, everything is shrinking and getting smaller, as I have written about in earlier columns. Now, a new player is coming in to help make PCB real estate more available on small flex and flex-rigid circuits undergoing microelectronics assembly. Continue Reading at IConnect007

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Check Out 5 OEM Benefits for Onshoring PCB Microelectronics Assembly There are five key benefits to U. S. OEMs for onshoring PCB microelectronics assembly and manufacturing. Today’s technology trends are toward PCB microelectronics assembly. However, that doesn’t mean traditional SMT assembly and manufacturing is going away overnight. It will continue to exist to support OEMs […]

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There is a good chance that all PCB microelectronics assembly and manufacturing processes are not created equal. Currently, that can be a major issue for medical OEMs who are now in the midst of developing or producing their newly advanced miniature medical products. Continue Ready at IConnect007

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OEMs may not be aware that here in the U. S., PCB microelectronics assembly and manufacturing is leading in technology advances and provides OEMs a relatively easier way to bring their production back to the U. S. compared to onshoring PCB SMT production. There are clear facts supporting that statement. But there’s certain criteria that […]

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