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Publication Date: 02/1/2011
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Understanding Shielded Cable

Industrial areas such as the factory floor are typically electrically noisy environments. Electrical noise, either radiated or conducted as electromagnetic interference (EMI), can seriously disrupt the proper operation of other equipment. Insulation protects a cable mechanically from ...Read More
Increased Accuracy and Speed with Piezo Dispensing

As today's mobile devices continue to get smaller and thinner, the amount of space available for securing components and subassemblies is steadily decreasing. In response, many
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Combating the Counterfeit Component Epidemic

If you're involved with electrical manufacturing and the procurement, planning, or processing of board-level components, you already know what a complex, crazy, and intense world this can be. Read More
A User's Guide to BGA Reballing

Reballing — it's a simple idea — just put those little spheres back on component pads. But the reality is that it can be very simple process or as annoying as keeping your Buffalo, NY driveway snow-free throughout December — an impossible task. Read More
New Materials Boost Supercapacitors

One product sector which has advanced rapidly in recent years is that of Supercapacitors (also known as Ultracapacitors), driven by the development of new materials and lower-cost manufacturing. Supercapacitors exhibit a number of characteristics that place them well above conventional ...Read More
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