September 2019 Issue of Design007 Magazine Available Now

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It’s no secret that the standards situation in PCB design, manufacturing, and assembly is anything but standard. This alphabet soup of documents and guidelines can be a confusing maze even for veteran professionals. In this month's issue of Design007 Magazine, we untangle the often-confusing world of standards.

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