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Articles from Printed Circuit Design & Manufacture (December 1, 2003)

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An open architecture approach to buried passive components: a now expired patent for capacitive power/ground planes in a circuit board could mean that, for thin power ground capacitive layer applications, restrictions are off. Howard, James 1291
Analysts' consensus: PCB growth in '04. 133
Board stackup's important tool: for a target differential impedance, a 2D field solver, used accurately, can be a time-saver. Bogatin, Eric 900
Bob Lazzara joins PCD&M edit board. 92
Coping with Martha Stewart: the holiday season wreaks havoc on the workplace. It also accents the companies that have their houses in order. Bigelow, Peter 906
EE jobless rate up slightly: unemployment rate off Q1 high. Shaughnessy, Andy 181
Events. Calendar 252
Fall up: revenue reports. 83
Finding the right parts-fast: parts grow in number and pin counts while library resources diminish. The right tools can mean less time searching--and more time designing. Heidorn, Mark 1817
Heads up: prices are rising. Buetow, Mike 605
Hole-wall pullaway and desmearing: further study of the causes of HWPA. Carano, Michael 835
Manufacturing surged in October. 273
Medical marvel. 196
Mentor's Q3 sales rise 3%: spending remains 'constrained'. 151
Missing the bridge: a host of soldermask problems owe to poor design. How to spot--and avoid--slivers, bridges and trace issues. Miller, Jeff 1064
One size doesn't fit all: tired of getting nailed? Buying a new hammer isn't the solution. Beaulieu, Dan 932
Out of the woods, slowly: PCB East wrapUp. Buetow, Mike 253
Patent issued for embedded capacitance using dielectric nanopowders: mixes polymer with slurry. 174
Paying to spend less: why embedding parts can reduce overall systems costs even while bare-board prices rise. Snogren, Richard 1951
Plating/finishing workshop 'yields' positive results; key suppliers teach process optimization. 184
Preventing mechanical interference: get those tolerances just right, because a great board that can't be installed into a final product is scrap. Dack, Kelly Cover Story 1735
Report: IT spending to rise. 123
Troubleshooting phototools: vacuum boards, ammonia, exposures and other challenges of phototool fabrication. Jarvis, Jeff 919
USPCA lobbies congress on trade policy: also meets with Administration officials. 387

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