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How Much is Too Much? Creativity in PCB Design for Microwave Engineers Using In-house Prototyping Tools.

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5/5/21 11:00 am to 5/5/21 12:00 pm EST

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Technical Education Webinar Series

Title: How Much is Too Much? Creativity in PCB Design for Microwave Engineers Using In-house Prototyping Tools.

Date: May 5, 2021

Time: 8am PT / 11am ET

Sponsored by: LPKF

Presented by: Rory Grondin, Rapid Prototyping Sales Manager, LPKF Laser & Electronics – North America

Abstract:
PCB designs are constantly evolving and improving. Does your R&D team have the tools to become innovators and creators while dramatically reducing R&D cycles to get your product to market before the competition. Microwave Journal has partnered with LPKF Laser & Electronics to bring you the following webinar highlighting the benefits of having PCB prototyping capabilities in your own lab, capable of creating multiple design revisions per day. There is a reason that LPKF ProtoMat and ProtoLaser systems have been so prolific throughout the RF industry. If you already own a PCB prototyping system from LPKF, you get it . . . If you don’t . . . well . . . you might learn what you’ve been missing all this time.

Presenter Bio:

Rory Grondin is the North American Sales Manager for Research & Development Products at LPKF Laser & Electronics, based in Portland, Oregon. He has helped numerous companies, universities and research groups advance their PCB development capabilities over the last 15+ years. His dedication and passion for innovation has led customers to discover and apply new capabilities for their design and application challenges. These applications include direct laser etching of flexible PCBs, fired ceramics, woven and filled microwave substrates for applications including high power digital, robotics, flex biosensors, radar, satellite communication, and advanced RF processing for 5G.

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