According to Corning, its Advanced Packaging Carriers feature three significant improvements: fine granularity in a wide range of available coefficients of thermal expansion (CTE), high stiffness composition, and rapid sampling availability.
February 14, 2019
Corning Inc. recently introduced Advanced Packaging Carriers, an enhanced line of glass carrier wafers optimized for fan-out processes, a type of semiconductor packaging that reportedly enables smaller, faster chips for consumer electronics, automobiles, and other connected devices.
The new capacitors can be supplied on a variety of low-loss substrates, including quartz, alumina, glass, and silicon, and are available in a wide range of capacitance values (0.3-50 pF with a ± 20% tolerance).
February 7, 2019
AVX Corp. recently introduced a new line of ultra-miniature, thin-film transmission line capacitors for high-frequency links, DC blocking in the UHF range (300MHz - 3GHz), and other high-performance microwave and RF applications.
The furnace has a temperature uniformity of ± 20°F at 1,100°F using six zones of temperature control with biasing to balance any temperature gradients.
January 31, 2019
L&L Special Furnace Co., Inc. recently announced that it has received an order for a large retort box furnace used for de-bindering ceramic composite pre-peg materials, along with powder metals processing and hot isostatic processing.
Thanks to the use of an independently developed low-temperature co-fired ceramic (LTCC), the new antenna module reportedly realizes stable communications quality while featuring both high heat resistance and high moisture resistance.
January 29, 2019
Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd. recently announced that it has commercialized and begun mass-production of a millimeter-wave (60 GHz) RF antenna module that makes possible the high-speed broadband communications that are required for creating the next generation of wireless networks.
According to Midwestern, the Electro-Lift is adaptable to fit a variety of different frame deck configurations.
January 24, 2019
Midwestern Industries, Inc. recently launched its Electro-Lift separator screen changing system, an ergonomically designed lift system that is electrically powered to reportedly assist in making separator screen changes easier, faster and safer.
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