Flexible Circuits Design Seminar covering the following topics:
- Flex circuit benefits
- Construction Types
- Material Properties
- Design for Flexibility
- Impedance control on Cross-hatched Shields
Lawrence Smith; Applications Engineer with Molex
Flexible printed circuits are electro – mechanical devices. They require sound design practices to be successful. This presentation will cover these design techniques which focus on stress management and the flex material properties which drives these design techniques resulting in robust flex circuit designs. This presentation will also cover how cross-hatch shields maybe used to increase flexibility while maintaining impedance control and signal integrity.
19 years experience in the flex design and manufacture
Date: Tues., October 25th, 2011
Location: Courtyard By Marriott Marlborough
Buffet Dinner Cost: $25.00 Members (SMTA, iMAPS, IPCDC), $30.00 Non-members, $20 Retired/Unemployed. >> ALL are subject to $5 late or at door registration. Cash, credit card or checks made payable to SMTA or iMAPS N.E. for this meeting only. If you desire to attend only the technical presentation (means no dinner), please fill in the online RSVP (link below) with your last name entered like "Sivigny (meeting only)"
5:30 - 6:00 PM Sign-In and Socializing
6:00 - 6:50 PM Buffet Dinner
6:50 - 7:00 PM SMTA Chapter’s Upcoming Meeting Announcements
7:00 - 9:00 PM Technical Presentation
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