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7/21/2016  

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 This Week's Feature


All About Flex: Variability and Quality Costs
Statistics are terms used for measurements that describe groups of numbers. The most common averaging statistics are mean, median and mode. Mean and average are often used interchangeably, a statistic with all numbers added together and then divided by the quantity of numbers.

 
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  Featured Articles
 


Designing With Tighter Tolerances
David Ledger-Thomas is a PCB design engineer with Honeywell Aerospace. He’s spent decades designing PCBs for a variety of applications, including defense, aerospace, computers, and high-performance audio. I asked David to share some of his thoughts on designing high-tech boards with increasingly finer spaces, traces and pitch.


Faster, More Accurate AOI is More Important than Ever
Among PCB manufacturers, there is a common perception that AOI has not changed much since it was introduced decades ago. Over the last few years, however, new advanced technologies have made AOI solutions smarter, faster and much more accurate. AOI system data have even been integrated with newly developed automatic 3D shaping tools.


It’s Only Common Sense: Stop Limiting Yourself
To succeed in business today, especially a custom business where you’re making products based not on your designs, but the customers’ designs, you have to be flexible. You have to listen to what your customers want and what they are going to need tomorrow, and customize your offerings to meet those needs.

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  Military and Aerospace News
 


DARPA’s Spectrum Collaboration Challenge Calls for Contenders
$2 million will go to the team whose machine-learning radio system is best at collaborating with other contenders to expand the spectrum’s signal-carrying capacity


Delivering the Next Generation of Connected Clothing
A revolutionary piece of new wearable technology which can turn clothing into networked technology is set to begin production.


Engineers Receive $22.8 Million from DOD for Cross-Disciplinary Projects
Three researchers in the Cockrell School of Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin have been selected by the Department of Defense to lead Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative (MURI) projects, receiving grants totaling $22.8 million to help advance innovative technologies in energy, computing and nanoelectronics.

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  Medical Electronics News
 


How to Overcome Medical Electronics Manufacturing Challenges
There are a lot of things to consider when choosing a medical EMS provider to work with and it is worth taking time to make sure the partner fits your needs. To help you make comparisons between suppliers, this article lists a set of questions to ask to help ensure that the manufacturer you work with has the right experience and expertise for you.


The Medical Devices of the Future
FAU’s Innovation Research Lab (IRL) offers students at the University a creative environment where they can develop ideas and concepts.


Optical Magnetic Field Sensor Can Detect Signals from the Nervous System
These electrical signals create tiny magnetic fields, which doctors could use to diagnose various diseases, for example diseases of the brain or heart problems in young foetuses. Researchers from the Niels Bohr Institute have now succeeded in developing a method for extremely precise measurements of such ultra-small magnetic fields with an optical magnetic field sensor.

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