New Study Reveals Component Defect Levels

Oresjo, Stig
May 2002
Circuits Assembly;May2002, Vol. 13 Issue 5, p39
Trade Publication
Examines the defect levels for different component types of printed circuit board assembly. Average levels defects; Most common defects; Use of ball grid arrays.


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