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Circuitry Has Felt Nanotechnology’s Impact Liam Critchley
Circuits and PCBs have been advancing rapidly for many decades, with each advancement being the product of the best available materials and processing environments of the time. In recent years, nanotechnology has been behind some of the significant advances in circuit board design.

How Nanotechnology Has Impacted Transistors Liam Critchley
Transistors are a staple component in many electronic devices and have continued to get more powerful and smaller. There are size limitations with current methods, so scientists have turned to nanomaterials and nanofabrication methods to create smaller and more efficient transistors.

Connecting Board-to-Board: From Bobcats to Lynx Paul Golata
Engineers are constantly needing to connect printed circuit boards (PCBs) together. Learn how Amphenol ICC Lynx™ and Lynx™ Quad Differential (QD) Mezzanine Connectors provide performance, flexibility, and fast time-to-market for a wide variety of applications.

Milling About: CNC Routing a Circuit Board Mike Parks
Breadboards are fantastic for experimenting with a circuit design and testing components. Eventually, you will want to move to a more robust solution for a circuit that is intended to escape the confines of laboratory and bravely venture into the real-world.

MultiSIM BLUE and the Homebrewed Circuit Board Mike Parks
It’s a great time to be an electronics engineer and an even better time to be a weekend warrior tinkerer. The line between these two worlds is rapidly evaporating as the tools that enable circuit design plummet in cost and skyrocket in capability. The most important thing that a product can do for us is to streamline our workflow while still delivering high quality results.

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