EIPC Speednews: News from the European PCB Industry


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News from Germany

- SMT Hybrid Packaging 2015

News from the UK

- Only Three Weeks to RaMP 2015

- ICT Annual Symposium, June 2015

News from the USA

- Controlled Impedance: A Real-World Look at the PCB Side

- Electronics Industry upgrades its technology at IPC APEX EXPO 2015

- Your Participation Needed in IPC Military Lead-free Survey

- Rogers' High-Temperature LCP Laminates Ease the Construction of High-Frequency, High-speed Multilayer Circuit Boards

Printed Electronics News

- IDTechEx Reveal Crossover Motorcycles in New Multi-Billion Dollar Market

- Progress in flexible non-contact sensing matrix devices

- Finding an affordable way to use graphene is the key to its success

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