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Attenna assembly for RF board

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 29 15:39:04 EST 1999 | Chris Jackson

I have a recent design (1 component side only) that calls for 2 surface mounted antenna's (brass plated) to be mounted on a PCB. The problem arises when the PCB is 18x11.25 and has 15 to 20 PCB's in the pallet (IE weight, fixturing to hold the anten

Re: Attenna assembly for RF board

Electronics Forum | Sun Jan 31 14:03:41 EST 1999 | Dean

| I have a recent design (1 component side only) that calls for 2 surface mounted antenna's (brass plated) to be mounted on a PCB. The problem arises when the PCB is 18x11.25 and has 15 to 20 PCB's in the pallet (IE weight, fixturing to hold the ant

Re: Attenna assembly for RF board

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 16 13:57:50 EST 1999 | Ron Beasley

| | I have a recent design (1 component side only) that calls for 2 surface mounted antenna's (brass plated) to be mounted on a PCB. The problem arises when the PCB is 18x11.25 and has 15 to 20 PCB's in the pallet (IE weight, fixturing to hold the a

Re: Attenna assembly for RF board

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 02 10:18:56 EST 1999 | Justin Medernach

| I have a recent design (1 component side only) that calls for 2 surface mounted antenna's (brass plated) to be mounted on a PCB. The problem arises when the PCB is 18x11.25 and has 15 to 20 PCB's in the pallet (IE weight, fixturing to hold the ant

Optimal Speed for Universal Chip Shooters

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 11 16:30:33 EDT 2003 | T.Vick

You have received some great feedback so far. I would like to summarize and add a few points regarding maintenance. You should start (as recommended already) by verifying your component library data. Using the default values from the master library i

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