BENGALURU, India — Global electronics contract manufacturers are planning to invest around $1 billion over the next five years to expand their production facilities in India.

At a time when many UK manufacturers are struggling to remain profitable, and with the uncertainty of the Brexit negotiations still looming large, finding new ways to nurture and grow your electronics manufacturing business has never been more crucial.

Yet, despite the current challenges, some electronic manufacturing services (EMS) providers are bucking the trend with reports of sustained growth.

So, what's their secret? 

The electronic industry is not far from this Problem. In This paper, Surveying the growth and future of electronic industries, market share, Particularly the future of the PCB manufacturing process and the market share of the region has been reviewed. 

Nowadays, by increasing the automotive industry and alignment with advanced and up-to-date communications technology and the use of radar and monitoring technologies, it has caused issues related to the requirements of the materials for the preparation of high-frequency PCBs (radar) enter the car industry. Therefore, in this paper, we introduce the (CCLs) ,printed circuit boards Which are suitable for radar And Automobiles.

This test system utilizes a steam head (Figure 2) to extract a sample of deionized water and flux residue effluent from a localized region of approximately 0.1 in2


The commercially available cleanliness test system utilized in this study uses a novel localized extraction method to isolate the flux under test from a surface

This study is an investigation and comparison of the performance of no-clean liquid wave soldering fluxes using a commercially available localized extraction

MUMBAI (Reuters) - Smartphone makers in India are calling for export credits on devices and tariff cuts on machinery imports as part of measures they say will make Asia’s thirdbiggest economy a global smartphone manufacturing hub.

In a new study published in Physical Review Letters, physicists at EPFL’s Institute of Physics have used scanning tunneling microscopy to demonstrate the stability of a magnet consisting of a single atom of holmium, an element they have been working with for years.

Hybrid FinFET-Silicon Photonics Technology for Ultra-low Power Optical I/O