January 2016 Issue of SMT Magazine Out Now


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The January 2016 issue of SMT Magazine, with the theme Medical Electronics: Getting the Vitals, is now out. In this issue, we take a look at the medical market to learn what impact it has on the electronics industry and where we see it in five years.

It also discusses key trends driving medical electronics and the challenges and opportunities in the industry.

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