Electronic devices and the circuit boards that control them are trending smaller and faster all the time. High-speed applications operate at increasing frequencies within the radio and microwave ranges of the electromagnetic (EM) spectrum. The result is slick consumer and industrial electronics but the challenge for designers lies in controlling EM radiation emissions and the impact they can have on performance.
What does the future of air traffic look like? How soon will we have our own personal flying cars? What does the road look like to get there? And how is CEP Technologies helping this future come true?
Hyundai and Uber are partnering to bring urban air transportation to the modern world. There are many hurdles to jump before then, but Uber is hoping consumers will be able to order an UberAir by as early as 2023.
But how does CEP Technology fit into all of this? Uber hopes to make fully electric flying cars and that means lots of precision stamped parts for circuit boards and motherboards.
How else is CEP helping with the future of urban air travel? Read this article for more information: https://digital.ffjournal.net/issue/march-2020/flight-plan/
YONKERS, New York (January 21, 2020) From smart watches and cell towers to vehicle GPS systems, LED lights and the monitoring and communication equipment aboard aircraft; printed circuit boards (PCB) run the gadgets and equipment used in everyday life. The demand for PCBs—and the precision stamped parts needed to build them— is growing, along with specifications for metal cleaning requirements. CEP Technologies provides a range of cleaning methods that meet ISO 16232 standards.
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YONKERS, New York. (September 11, 2019) CEP Technologies Corp. has launched a new website for manufacturers that need custom miniature to small progressive stampings. Streamlined navigation makes the site easy to access for automotive OEMs. The site is also designed to support a diverse group of industries that range from telecommunications, consumer goods and EMI/RFI shielding to electrical switches, medical devices, battery contacts, power protection and oil and gas and market spaces in between.