Author: Rahul Shashikanth

Mil-Grade PCB design

Military-Grade PCB Design Rules and Considerations

The term military-grade PCBs can only be used in relation to products manufactured to military specifications. The equipment consisting of these boards has to operate faultlessly under extreme conditions. Hence,

Birdstop’s automation system

Birdstop: Automating Data Collection for Remote Assets

Look up! It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s a superhero! No, it’s a drone about to make a pitstop at Birdstop! Humankind has revolutionized every field of science, building

Gold Wire Ball Bonding Against Reflow

Case Study: Gold Wire Ball Bonding Against Reflow

Multiple Reflows at Various Gold Thicknesses Experimented by: Sneha Kaul and Christina Lum Objective To determine if multiple rounds of reflow detrimentally affect the surface condition of the gold plating

Stanford Solar Car Project Crew Members

Stanford Solar Car Project Crew Ready To Unleash Black Mamba

The Stanford Solar Car Project (SSCP) team has set its foot on the land down under, Australia. The crew is electrified to compete in Bridgestone World Solar Challenge and is

iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro
Microsection Analysis

Cross-Section Analysis: A Microscopic Visual Validation of PCBs

The cross-section or micro-section analysis is a destructive analysis that measures the quality of the manufactured board. It’s basically an interconnection defect analysis process that detects and verifies what went