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Flexible Etch Circuits Designed to Fill Gap Between Round Wiring and Printed Boards

August 21, 2008 9:54 am | Minco | Product Releases | Comments

These circuits give the flexibility of electronic packaging geometries while retaining the precision density and repeatability of printed circuits.

LISTED UNDER: Flexible Circuits | Flexible Circuits
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Adapters (3703)

January 18, 2007 11:36 am | Product Releases | Comments

An RoHS-compliant version of the company’s 20-pin PLCC IC to 16-pin DIP Correct-A-Chip™ adapter is available. The new adapter is a cost effective way of converting a PLCC-packaged type clock chip to a DIP footprint without changing the PCB layout.

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Year of Innovation

September 30, 2005 11:51 am | Product Releases | Comments

One year ago this month, Medical Design Technology was relaunched as a feature-based publication with a new look, style, and size.

LISTED UNDER: Wire and Cable | Air Pump | Flexible Circuits

Artificial Spinal Disc Incorporates New Technological Approach

October 15, 2004 5:30 am | Valtronic | Product Releases | Comments

The Project: To figure out the design and manufacture of microelectronics circuits used inside a complex new artificial spinal disc. The Solution: Create a miniaturized packaging solution that fits the electronics into a volume of less than two cubic centimeters.

LISTED UNDER: Flexible Circuits | Medical Device Testing | Medical Device Testing

Mini DC Feedthrus

September 3, 2004 5:50 am | Product Releases | Comments

For many high frequency designers building custom assemblies, maintaining tight pitch (&lt0.1 in.) between feedthrus is critical to layout and performance issues. The drawback of this tight pitch is that it sometimes results in excessive stress on the glass seal because of thermal expansion.

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Circuits

March 4, 2004 5:51 am | Minco | Product Releases | Comments

Twisty-Flex&#153 circuits provide the noise reduction of twisted wire pairs or coax cable in a flexible circuit. The two layer design uses alternating conductors connected between layers by micro-vias. The result is a true twisted pair construction with a total thickness of less than 0.015 in.

LISTED UNDER: Flexible Circuits | Wire and Cable

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