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Getting To Know Blind and Buried Vias

It might feel like you’re staring into a bowl of alphabet soup when you’re learning about different aspects of the tech world. One thing that you will come in contact with is a via, or vertical interconnect access. In an integrated circuit board design, a via...

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Unique and Useful Tech Innovations

As the world bids goodbye to 2018, it welcomes in the New Year with anticipation of what it promises to bring. This year has brought some of the most advanced tech of the last few years, and we look forward to new innovations in 2019. My EMS Solutions wishes everyone...

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Upcoming CES Show

The Consumer Electronics Show, popularly known as CES, is the world’s largest gathering place for people who are interested in the business of consumer electronics technology. It has served as the showcase for innovators and breakthrough technologies for the past 50...

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Does Cold Weather Hurt Electronic Devices?

Winter is coming, leaving us all scrambling to stay cozy and warm. But living creatures aren’t the only things that need to be shielded from extreme temperatures. Electronic devices must also be kept warm during the winter season. Leaving your phone (or any other...

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How a Trade War with China May Impact Manufacturing

The trade war between China and the U.S. wages on with both countries disputing tariffs placed on goods traded between them. As the war continues, both countries wonder how its effects will trickle down to the manufacturing sector. Will U.S. companies bring their...

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Recycling Printed Circuit Boards

PCBs are the workhorses of the electronics industry. These small boards made of copper and fiberglass mechanically support and electrically connect the components that fuel your smart phone, camera, microwave, television, alarm clock, and more. Every day, countless...

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The World Wants Thinner PCBs—But It’s Not That Easy

When it comes to creating printed circuit boards, thicker is generally the safest bet. One of the main reasons for this is that thin boards tend to become brittle and break. A number of factors play into the density of the board, including the thickness of the prepreg...

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Are You Taking Advantage of Surface Mount Technology?

Through-hole technology used to be the primary option for circuit board design. It did the job but often clumsily. Enter surface mount technology, which allows components to be mounted directly onto the circuit boards. With SMT, you can escape the gaggle of wires...

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How to Trim Your Electronics Assembly Costs

If you want to boost your bottom line, it’s best to do everything in-house, right? Not necessarily. As many businesses are finding, you can actually cut costs by outsourcing electronic manufacturing services. Here’s a look at how using a third-party manufacturer can...

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Printed Circuit Boards: Do They Have to be Green?

Ever wondered why most of the printed circuit boards that you see are green? The core of the board is actually a drab yellow color, but they are coated in a layer of resin known as a solder mask. The solder mask performs a couple of important functions. First, it...

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Shielded Cables vs. Unshielded Cables

Cable assemblies are groups of cables or wires that are combined into a single unit. Cable assemblies can transmit power or data signals. Cables can be shielded or unshielded. Shielding is usually accomplished through the use of copper tape, a covering of conducting...

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