RTW IPC APEX EXPO: Insulectro Showcases New Low-Loss Materials


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Norm Berry, director of laminates and OEM marketing for Insulectro, discusses the company's new low-loss products and resin systems that benefit high-speed, high-frequency PCB designs.

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