Industrial Electronics

Webinar: Balancing throughput and process control for manufacturing RF power amplifier assemblies

04 March 2021

The production of radio frequency (RF) power amplifiers necessitates both high volume and high quality. In general, finding a balance between maximizing throughput and meeting the required performance metrics, such as thermal conductivity of the bond between the die and package is crucial in any application, but is especially important in markets with growing demand.

As steps are introduced into a process in order to limit failures or better control the essential parameters of an assembly, there will be a corresponding increase in labor, overhead, as well as a corresponding reduction in production volume. Understanding the tools available to mitigate failures and protect against material inconsistencies is a necessary step in finding a balance between throughput and yield.

Palomar Technologies will host a free webinar on April 7, 2021, to address the various process control options available and their corresponding effects on production, both positive and negative. These options will range from process methods to programming techniques, as well as hardware alternatives, which will all focus on increasing automated process control and limiting the resulting hits to throughput.

Register for the 11:00 AM EDT webinar or the 8:05 PM EDT event.

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