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Keysight Enabling University of Stuttgart to Advance 6G Integrated Circuits Research

08/10/2023 | Keysight Technologies, Inc.
Keysight Technologies, Inc. is enabling the University of Stuttgart to conduct foundational research essential to development of new integrated circuits (IC) for 6G technology with the new Keysight 6G Vector Component Analysis (VCA) solution.

KSG Group Puts Horizontal OSP Line for Organic Surfaces into Operation

07/31/2023 | KSG Group
The KSG Group has expanded its capacities in the field of organic surface coating by bringing a new wet-chemical horizontal system online.

Mil/Aero Design: Not Just Another High-Rel Board

07/25/2023 | Andy Shaughnessy, Design007 Magazine
Meijing Liu, CID+, is a senior PCB designer for Microart Services, an EMS company in Markham, Ontario, Canada. She recently took a six-week military/aerospace PCB design class from IPC’s Kris Moyer, and she was surprised at how much content she was able to absorb in such a short time. I spoke with Meijing and we discussed some of her takeaways from the class, and how it has inspired her to pursue more design education in the future.

MACOM Awarded U.S. Air Force Contract for Advanced Semiconductor Development

07/20/2023 | Business Wire
MACOM Technology Solutions Inc., a leading supplier of semiconductor products, announced that it has been awarded a contract from the United States Air Force Research Laboratory (“AFRL”) to develop advanced semiconductor process technology related to Gallium Nitride-on-Silicon Carbide (“GaN-on-SiC”).

Standard of Excellence: Today’s Hottest Technology Trends

07/21/2023 | Anaya Vardya -- Column: Standard of Excellence
No matter what anyone says, printed circuit boards are the backbone of modern electronics. Without the PCB, what will the components attach to? Without advancements in printed circuit board technology, products of the future would be impossible. It is our responsibility to be there when our customers need us—today and in the future. That means recognizing the latest trends and making the most of them. Here's what I see is trending in microelectronics.
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