Hall of Fame


Inducted May 2012


In 1903, Hanson described flat foil conductors laminated to an insulating board, in multiple layers, the precursor to the modern printed circuit. Designed circuits with conductors on both sides of the dielectric, and inserted access holes (vias) to connect the top and bottom conductive layers. Also envisioned future of electroplating and conductive ink.




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