Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 24 04:11:13 EDT 2004 | rob
Hi Chics, It all depends on where you are in the world - in Europe robots were used back end (Ericsson), and usually Fujis front end (Motorola, Nokia, Ericsson). In China you're obviously not going to need the Robots.... Cheers, Rob.
Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 03 12:52:52 EDT 1999 | Anderson Luiz Ribeiro de S�
Good afternoom, Actually I'm SMA Process Engineer at Ericsson Telecomm in Brazil. For my University Graduate Job I develop one software that can help you and it was used in PHILIPS MONITORS and ERICSSON TELECOMM in Brazil. How can I send you one
Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 29 17:02:07 EDT 2001 | davef
Ericsson makes a variety of Bluetooth Modules. Is this what you're talking about?: * Bluetooth� Module (ROK 101 007)http://www.ericsson.com/microe/products/bluetooth_solutions/products/bluetooth_module.shtml * Bluetooth� Radio Module (PBA 313 01) [
Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 01 10:12:04 EDT 2000 | Anderson L. R. S�
We get problem with our PANADAC 945A-D board of MV2F machine and and we are trying to find some company that have the same board to replace it or fix it with urgency. Please, contact me by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks!
Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 10 14:00:27 EDT 1998 | Rob Reilly
Eric, I think there is one not being used at Ericsson Inc. in Lynchburg,Va. I Worked there about 6 months ago and know that it had not been used in a couple of years. Call Richard Perry at 804-592-6156 Regards, Rob Reilly K-Byte Electronics Tampa,
Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 10 13:46:30 EDT 2012 | lrota
I would check the IPC spec IPC-1601 ( Printed Board Handling And Storage Guideline). Also, be sure your dessicant does NOT contain sulphur in either the dessicant material or the paper holding the material. Enthone advises to not use dessicants ins
Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 18 11:25:19 EST 2000 | Charles Harper
Flame retardant epoxy-glass circuit boards are made using brominated epoxies,with the bromine atoms providing the flame retardancy.In a fire,these boards can give off toxic gases.Bromine free epoxies can be used,with other additives being used to pro
Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 21 09:53:13 EDT 1998 | Steve Brown
Here at M/A-Com we use lead free solder pastes for two purposes, environment and prevention of secondary reflow in subsequent processes. The UK engineering journals all report the trends towards lead free alloys, especially in the telecommunications