Film circuitry may be divided into two main technologies; thick films which are fabricated by the action of screen printing and firing resistor, conductor and dielectric pastes, onto alumina substrates, and thin films which are fabricated by the vacuum deposition of metals onto glass or aluminium substrates.
KeywordsThick Film Resistor Network Hybrid Assembly Integrate Circuit Chip Close Tolerance
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