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T-Tech Inc. and The Geek Group announced a joint agreement to offer a state of the art solution and facility for rapid printed circuit board (PCB) design, verification, and fabrication. The collaboration will combine T-Tech's QCJ5 series Quick Circuit System and IsoPro® Software for PCB prototyping with The Geek Group's expertise and 43,000 square foot Leonard Street Labs Facility in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Attendees of the 2014 International Microwave Symposium (IEEE-IMS) Exhibition will have the opportunity to see printed circuit boards made live and in-person by visiting LPKF Laser & Electronics in booth #1108. LPKF has announced that they will be debuting the first ever hybrid milling/laser prototyping system, the ProtoMat D104. Also at the show will be a UV laser prototyping system, the ProtoLaser U3. The show will be hosted in Tampa, FL., June 3-5 at the Tampa Convention Center.
Analog Devices Inc. announced two software-defined radio (SDR) platform solutions and ecosystems. This brings its portfolio to four platform solutions that simplify rapid SDR system prototyping and development in applications ranging from defense electronics, RF instrumentation, communications infrastructure and open-source SDR development projects.
LPKF Laser & Electronics has announced it will exhibit at the Satellite 2014 exhibition, which takes place March 11-13 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. LPKF provides in-house rapid PCB prototyping systems for a variety of applications and will demonstrate its best-selling system, the ProtoMat S63, in booth 8120.
The productronica is an important trade fair for LPKF Laser & Electronics AG. In time for the opening, the specialist in micro-material processing presented new systems and procedures
The productronica is an important trade fair for LPKF Laser & Electronics AG. In time for the opening, the specialist in micro-material processing presents four new systems and procedures
PCB prototyping specialist LPKF Laser & Electronics has announced an interactive website feature that helps those interested in in-house PCB prototyping learn which equipment would best fit their electrical engineering applications.