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Sponsored by Advanced Assembly 09 February 2018
Ball grid arrays (BGAs) leave a considerably smaller footprint on the PCB and induces better thermal and electrical properties than a perimeter-style mounting package. Their unparalleled pin density and low lead inductance are essential in today's high pin count, high frequency integrated circuits.Read More
Sponsored by Anritsu 17 March 2016
The Internet of Things (IoT) promises big benefits in efficiencies to manufacturing, but what about those manufacturing IoT devices? This paper explores each of these test and measurement challenges and suggests solutions for managing IoT test.Read More
Sponsored by Rohde & Schwarz 15 May 2014
Why does 1% work out to be -40 dB one time but then 0.1 dB or 0.05 dB the next time? This application note is intended as a refresher on the subject of decibels.Read More
Sponsored by Cadence Design Systems 01 December 2014
This paper defines a new high-speed, multi-protocol SerDes architecture that is ideal for meeting the challenges of advanced-node designs.Read More