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IoT PCB


August 19, 2019  5:14 PM

Protect IoT bare dies and wire bonds for high reliability

Zulki Khan Profile: Zulki Khan
Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, IoT hardware, IoT PCB, PCB design, Printed circuit boards

As IoT devices gain greater acceptance within mission critical industries such as industrial, medical and aerospace, product integrity and reliability are of the highest order. Bare chip or die protection is at the top of the list for ensuring IoT reliability and product integrity. IoT devices...

July 16, 2019  2:48 PM

IoT PCB microelectronics manufacturing calls for intricate tools

Zulki Khan Profile: Zulki Khan
electronics, Internet of Things, iot, IoT hardware, IoT PCB, PCB, wiring

Electronics manufacturing services providers who use conventional printed circuit board assembly and manufacturing models are scrambling to augment their production facilities to handle increasingly smaller boards like those used for IoT devices. At today's advanced printed circuit board (


January 18, 2019  4:25 PM

Get linked up with anisotropic conductive film for your IoT devices

Zulki Khan Profile: Zulki Khan
Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, IoT hardware, IoT PCB, PCB, printed circuit board

If you're developing, producing or selling IoT devices, it might be a good idea for you to get acquainted with the term anisotropic conductive film, or ACF for short. You don't hear much about it. However, it plays a big role in the manufacture of small printed circuit boards (


December 14, 2018  12:53 PM

Stacked-die wire bonding for IoT devices can get tricky

Zulki Khan Profile: Zulki Khan
Internet of Things, iot, IoT design, IoT hardware, IoT PCB, OEM, OEMs, PCB, PCB design, printed circuit board

Stacked die is a newer technology gaining traction in a variety of electronics applications, due to the fact that OEMs continue to demand greater capabilities and performance in smaller printed circuit boards (PCBs)....


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