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Category: PCB Reverse Engineering

Learn more about PCB reverse engineering

Back in the fall, ENA Electronics had the honour to speak at the CMTS show. CMTS is Canada’s stage for manufacturing technologies, best practices and industry connections.  The focus of this presentation is reverse engineering services and how they can benefit manufacturing facilities with obsolete legacy systems. The discussion will

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PCB Jumpers – Why Add Them?

When reverse engineering a circuit board, it is imperative that you copy it identically in terms of form, fit, and function.  The reason why we do this is so the board is completely operable in a working environment.  The customer can take the new engineered board and place it into

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ENA is Published! PCB – Reverse Engineering

ENA is Published! Foreword by one of our presidents and chapter 4 by our lab manager. PCB-RE: Real World Examples by Keng Tiong Ng now available on Amazon for purchase. About ENA Electronics: Canada’s Leader in Reverse Engineering Reverse engineering electronics is our passion. For over 20 years ENA Electronics.has

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Reverse Engineering 101 – PCB Clone and PCB Copy

What is Electronic Reverse Engineering?  It is the process of disassembling + analyzing a physical product for the purpose of generating documentation and/or re-manufacture as well as determining how it was designed and how it operates. Often the documentation even allows a customer to improve their product to surpass competitors. 

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Canada’s Reverse Engineering Experts

ENA Electronics has been in business for over 20 years. Located in Hamilton, Ontario we are Canada’s Reverse Engineering experts. Explore our website to find out all about our reverse engineering capabilities at enaelectronics.ca/engineering. Some questions you might be asking? We are here to answer your burning questions.  Why Reverse Engineer?

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Reverse Engineering – More Than Meets The Eye

Electrical transformers probably weren’t on the minds of the comic artists and TV producers in 1984. It’s likely pure coincidence that Transformers actually have a lot in common with electrical transformers. Yes, the Transformers are cartoon robots in disguise, but consider; they come in all shapes and sizes, and can

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Reverse Engineering – What’s In A (Part) Name?

Would a Part by Any Other Name Work as Well? Like Everything in Engineering, it Depends.  In the fast-paced world of electrical design, technology improves, manufacturing techniques change, and parts become obsolete at a rate unparalleled in most other fields of engineering. But there’s so much more to it than

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PCB Repair – Only Mostly Dead

The iconic line from The Princess Bride holds true when it comes to electronic repair and PCB repair: there’s a big difference between mostly dead and all dead. And often it just so happens that your circuit board is only mostly dead. How Can Electronics that Look so Badly Damaged

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