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Did the govt stunt growth of an indigenous technology enterprise?

It is a frightful yet motivating story. The government, which is today determined to promote ‘India made’ products, had once ‘put obstacles’ in the path of a pioneering enterprise. On the other hand, here is a man who lived a...

Halogen free, residue free and VOC free solders are the latest in the market

February 3, 2015: The latest solder paste and consumables offer excellent solderability across a wide variety of applications and products By Shweta Sengar Soldering consumables or filler metals are widely used in various applications across diverse industries like electronics, plumbing, metalwork...

Fiber Optic Test Equipment Market to Grow at 5.6 Per cent in 2019: Report

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What makes a good SMT line?

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The latest in home UPS systems

Power conversion, energy storage, and modularity and scalability are some of the most prominent technological advancements that have taken place in UPS systems. UPS systems are also undergoing developments like digital signal processing (DSP) and space vector modulation (SVM), which make these products sustainable and reliable. UPS systems are also being developed with alternative renewable energy sources.

R. STAHL infuses the ‘Make in India’ initiative with German expertise

R. STAHL (P) Ltd is a 100 per cent subsidiary of R. STAHL AG, Germany. It began operations in India in 1988 and is a leading manufacturer and supplier of explosion-proof equipment. The company manufactures and sells quality products,...

The market demands narrow-band spectrum analysers

Recent spectrum analyser models have wideband measurement functions to support the increasing demand for LTE and wireless LAN measurements, but there is a requirement today for devices with narrow bandwidth measurement capabilities By Sneha Ambastha A spectrum analyser is a device...

The Growth Of The Wearables Market

As technology advances rapidly, providing cutting-edge functionalities in smaller form factors, wearables are becoming a very essential part of our lives. These sophisticated devices are equipped with smart sensors and associated with the exchange of data over the Internet....

What’s new in the software used for electronics manufacturing equipment?

Industry 4.0 has increased the demand for smart software platforms that make electronics manufacturing equipment work better. By Baishakhi Dutta Electronics and software are inseparable in today’s world. This is also the case with present day electronics manufacturing equipment, as it...

“The Awareness About IoT Solutions In India Is Still Quite Low”

As a core subsidiary of Tsinghua Unigroup, UNISOC is a fabless semiconductor company committed to R&D in the area of core chipsets in mobile communications and IoT. Its products cover mobile chipset platforms supporting 2G/3G/4G/5G communication standards and various...

Rangsons Electronics focuses on market share expansion this fiscal year

Aiming for a revenue of Rs 6000 million in the coming fiscal year, Rangsons is also focusing on products specific to the Indian market such as set-top boxes, energy meters, etc By Kariki Negi Friday, May 30, 2014: Located in the southern...

“Government should subsidise large investment projects and enable faster clearances”

Tuesday, March 18, 2014: Lucky Components, a large scale independent components distributor, evolved into Swingtel Communications, which has shaped itself into a hi-tech solutions partner. Swingtel focuses on creating value for its customers in the form of price, design, service,...

Syrma aims to grow five times by 2016

To cater to the demands of the EMS market in India, which is poised for long-term growth, Syrma plans to expand through organic and inorganic means. It is coming up with two manufacturing facilities. The company is also considering...

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