A non-planar printed circuit board has an interior surface and an exterior surface. Between the interior surface and exterior surfaces are layers of conductive and dielectric materials. Passive and active electrical components are embedded within the interior and exterior surfaces. A hollow region is defined by the interior surface of the non-planar circuit board. The non-planar printed circuit board is manufactured on a mandrel having a non-planar shape such as, for example, a cylinder or sphere so as to form a hollow, curved non-planar structure.
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