During DesignCon 2018, I spoke with Tarun Amla, the executive vice president and CTO of ITEQ. We discussed ITEQ’s future plans, including the development of materials for cutting-edge technology needs, such as autonomous and electric vehicles, as well as 5G technology.
Kiersten Rohde, I-Connect007 editor, covers Geek-A-Palooza MSP 2018. Geek-A-Palooza "is a different kind of gathering that combines networking with a fun, relaxing atmosphere." This event provided an opportunity for local electronics geeks from every industry segment to gather for a professional social event that included great music, food, drinks, games, raffle prizes, and booths.
There is an old saying, “You get what you pay for.” Does this mean that you should not expect too much from free software? After all, free software usually comes at a price: the results might be inaccurate, the software...
The first attempt to make PTFE friendlier to the PCB fabrication process was to have it reinforced with layers of woven-glass fabric. Over time, there have been other improvements. For instance, adding ceramic filler was a really good...
One of the biggest issues PCB fabricators face is the completeness (or incompleteness) of the data output package we receive from customers on a new PCB. In this column, I am going to present what is needed, from a fabricator’s...
Experts Discussion: What Does 5G Mean to Materials and EDA Tools, a conversation with John Hendricks and Ben Jordan
Dan Feinberg Discusses Implications of 5G, a conversation with Dan Feinberg
Paving the Way for 400Gb Ethernet and 5G, by CF Yee
Making the Most of PCB Materials for 5G Microwave and mmWave Amps, by John Coonrod
5G: It's Kind of a Big Deal, by Andy Shaughnessy