Living Large: Building Big, Bad Backpanels

Zarrow, Phil
October 2002
Circuits Assembly;Oct2002, Vol. 13 Issue 10, p18
Trade Publication
Explains the processes involved in creating extremely large printed circuit board assemblies. Downturn in telecommunication applications; Impact of surface mount technologies on the sizes of PCB; Problems associated with printing large PCB applications.


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