Advanced Circuit Boards Workshop in UK June 27


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On June 27, IMAPS-UK, with the support of the National Physical Laboratory (NPL), will hold a one day workshop/colloquia on the topic of advanced circuit boards. Attendees will learn about specialist substrates, PCB design theory and methods for pushing the envelope with the latest design rules, and much more.

The workshop will cover all aspects of PCBs and other substrates for advanced applications where miniaturisation, shape, current handling, speed, signal integrity and challenging environments are affecting your application.

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