RF and Microwave Printed Circuit Boards

RF and microwave printed circuit boards are more and more applied to some advanced remote communication systems such as aerospace, radars, wireless communications, etc.

Rigid-flex Printed Circuit Boards

With rapidly developing and upgrading in electronics devices, more and more rigid-flex printed circuit boards are applied to new generation electronics devices such as mobile phones,computers, advanced displays, medical products, etc.

How 5G Technology Can Impact The Electronics Manufacturing Industry

5G means the 5th generation mobile network. It is a new global wireless standard after 4G networks with offering higher upload and download speeds, more consistent connections, and improved capacity.

0.4mm Fine Pitch BGA PCB Design Guidelines

Nowadays, more and more precise electronic components are widely used in some advanced electronics devices, such as fine pitch FPGA component from Xilinx. But accordingly this take extra challenges to PCB designer and PCB manufacturing’s capability when the design has many limits in spacing of tracks, plated holes, electronics performance, etc.

Single Sided Printed Circuit Boards

Single sided PCB, as known as one layer circuit board, which is a printed circuit board with only one copper layer of conductive material above the substrate. And also the electronic components mounted on one side of the board and the conductive track connected on the other side. So, it is called the one layer printed circuit board,..

Multi-layer PCB Stack-up Design Guideline

The PCB stack-up mostly determine the operating performance of an electronic devices. Therefore, it is critical to have an outstanding stack-up design for a multi-layer circuit board. This article presents some specific reference to PCB designer.

Typical 10 Layer PCB Stack-up Design Guidelines

If you are starting a 10L rigid PCB design, and a standard stack-up can meet your electronic device operating performances, you can check our online standard 10L PCB stack-up, which may offer you best reference in time and cost saved.

What is PCB Trace Impedance and How to Calculate it?

PCB trace impedance is the sum of all the resistance and reactance components of an electrical signal path. An ideal transmission line must have a characteristic impedance that matches both the transmitter and receiver of the intended signal. If the characteristic impedance of the matched transmission line is faithfully maintained, then the full signal sent by the transmitter is seen by the receiver at the end of the trace.

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