Defense Electronics Boosts Advanced Packaging

Vardaman, E. Jan
January 2002
Circuits Assembly;Jan2002, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p18
Trade Publication
Focuses on the increase need for advanced packaging technology in military applications in the U.S. Budget for the advancement of defense electronic systems; Improvement of packaging research for defense electronics; Growth of commercial electronics business market.


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