electronica 2004 to Focus on Applications


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Munich, Germany — electronica 2004, which runs November 8 through 12 here, will feature applications that will drive growth in the industry for years to come.

The show is expected to attract more than 77,000 international visitors.

The show will feature 16 main exhibit halls, covering more than 1.4 million sq ft., involving key electronics areas such as passive components, power supplies, semiconductors, microchip products, discrete semiconductor components, system peripherals, ED/EDA equipment, and measurement and testing technology. In addition to trade show exhibits showcasing all areas of the electronics industry, visitors will have the opportunity to gain more in-depth information by attending different technical conferences and presentations. The "Embedded in Munich" conference, "Automotive Innovation" user forum, "The World of MEMS" user form, "Wireless Communications" user forum and the EMS Village all are included with admission to electronica.

Halls are divided into:

  • Semiconductors
  • Embedded in Munich
  • Sensors and microsystems
  • PCBs and other circuit carriers and EMS
  • Interconnection technology
  • Electronic design (ED/EDA)
  • Assemblies and subsystems
  • Switches
  • Passive components
  • Displays
  • Power supplies
  • Casing technology
  • Servo technology/drive elements
  • Test and measurement.

For more information on electronica 2004, visit www.munichtradefairs.com or www.global-electronics.net.

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