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OCTOBER 2020 I SMT007 MAGAZINE 89 5 TT Electronics Awarded Team Tempest Contract from BAE Systems E TT Electronics, a global pro- vider of engineered electron- ics for performance-critical applications, announced it had been awarded a contract from BAE Systems for the design, develop- ment, and qualification of a DC-DC Converter to support project Tempest. Harnessing TT's extensive engineering capabilities, this unit will be used within the Flight Control System to deliver power conversion functionality to a number of elements within the FCS. 6 Knocking Down the Bone Pile: PCB Rework of 0201 Packages E As electronic passive compo- nents continue to shrink in size, methods for their rework need to be developed by electronic manufacturers to maintain and support PCB assembly pro- cesses. Columnist Bob Wettermann compares and outlines a few of these rework methods. 7 Free Webinar Series on How to Implement Digital Twin Best Practices E I-007e Micro Webinars recently released a free, on-demand series titled "Implementing Digital Twin Best Practices From Design Through Manufacturing." Each of the 12 segments can be viewed in about five minutes. 8 I-Connect007 Releases Exclusive Coverage of 2020 IPC High-Reliability Virtual Forum E I-Connect007 proudly announces the release of special event cov- erage of the 2020 IPC High-Reliability Forum. 9 Improving Tech Support During a Pandemic E Koh Young's Quintin Arm- strong, senior manager of technical services and appli- cations for the Americas, dis- cusses the work that has been going on at the company around field support, including pre- and post- sales support training, and how those areas have been affected by COVID-19. J Just Ask Joe: The Occam Process E First, we asked you to send in your questions for Happy Holden. Now, it's Joe Fjels- tad's turn! Inventor, colum- nist, instructor, and founder of Verdant Electronics, Joe has been involved with rigid PCBs and flexible circuits for decades, and he's ready to share some of his knowledge with our readers. We hope you enjoy "Just Ask Joe." Joe Fjelstad Quintin Armstrong Bob Wettermann For the latest news and information, visit SMT007.com. Subscribe to our newsletters or premium content at my I-Connect007.

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