Surface Mount Technology Terms and Concepts - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780750698757, 9780080518206

Surface Mount Technology Terms and Concepts

1st Edition

Authors: Phil Zarrow
Paperback ISBN: 9780750698757
eBook ISBN: 9780080518206
Imprint: Newnes
Published Date: 7th August 1997
Page Count: 144
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In today's fast-paced world of technology, keeping up with new terms and concepts can be quite a challenge. Surface Mount Technology Terms and Concepts is an invaluable reference containing over 1000 terms and definitions used in the SMT field. Each term is followed by a paragraph or two explaining the meaning and how it fits into the surface mount industry. The easy lookup and concise explanations make it ideal for those starting out in the field as well as professionals already involved in surface mount design and assembly.

Key Features

Glossary of over 1000 surface mount technology terms and definitions. Contains an acronyms section. Comprehensive and illustrated.


Electronics manufacturing professionals and managers needing clear definitions of terminology

Table of Contents

Contents Acknowledgments Chapter 1. A Chapter 2. B Chapter 3. C Chapter 4. D Chapter 5. E Chapter 6. F Chapter 7. G Chapter 8. H Chapter 9. I Chapter 10. J Chapter 11. K Chapter 12. L Chapter 13. M Chapter 14. N Chapter 15. O Chapter 16. P Chapter 17. Q Chapter 18. R Chapter 19. S Chapter 20. T Chapter 21. U Chapter 22. V Chapter 23. W Chapter 24. X Chapter 25. Y Chapter 26. Z Abbreviations and Symbols


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About the Author

Phil Zarrow

Affiliations and Expertise

Director of the Surface Mount Technology Association and prrincipal of the ITM Team, a firm specializing in courses on SMT assembly disciplines