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Yearly Archives: 2011

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Achieving a Shorter Design Cycle for Prototype PCBs

By |November 20th, 2011|Printed Circuit Boards|

PCB designers are continuously coping with the increasing complexity of printed circuit boards or PCBs. However, the design cycles for these printed boards have also become shorter and more predictable with the help of an effective methodology that speeds up the design cycle of a PCB without the occurrence of any unwanted iteration. Since most [...]

Your Guide to Four and Six-Layer, High-Speed PCB Design

By |August 25th, 2011|Printed Circuit Boards|

Volume and available manufacturing capabilities are two of the most important factors which affect PCB costs as well as the production of low cost yet high speed PCBs that differ when it comes to the number of layers they are using. However, the market demand for a programmable logic with increased pin count pushes manufacturers [...]

How You Can Share Intellectual Property in Prototype PCB Design

By |July 25th, 2011|Printed Circuit Boards|

IP or intellectual property is an organization's valuable asset which is often developed by a design engineer's vision of the bus structure together with its relationship with its components, while also capturing and designing logic. However, there is often a separation between a digital designer's visions of the bus structures on PCBs. And more often [...]

How You Can Design High-Speed prototype PCBs with the Parallel Method

By |July 13th, 2011|Printed Circuit Boards|

Nowadays, smaller devices are being integrated with high speed circuits as the consumers demand faster and more functional mobile devices that they can take anytime and anywhere. This has led design engineers to the search for the best methodologies that can be used to develop prototype PCBs for small devices like mobile phones and gadgets. [...]

Speeding Up Prototype PCB Designs – Finding New and Effective Formulas

By |June 27th, 2011|Printed Circuit Boards|

The consistent improvement of Prototype PCB designs provides a multitude of advantages to its end users. With new generation silicon such as 45nm and 95 nm being introduced, users are provided with Prototype PCBs that are a lot more functional at a lower cost and also at a lower power requirement. However, these improvements also [...]

Designing the Best Prototype PCBs – Trends You Should Consider

By |June 23rd, 2011|Printed Circuit Boards|

Designing the best Printed circuit boards or Prototype PCBs is continuously becoming a tough task to do for designers nowadays. The consecutive development of board designs along with the change of the demands of the end-users continue to push the designers and make them create new trends when it comes to designing the best Prototype [...]

PCB: An Overview Of The Printed Circuit Board

By |June 15th, 2011|Printed Circuit Boards|

There are two layers of each and every PCB. The first layer or the bottom layer is a conductive one and the second one is an insulating layer. The first layer is made of copper foils and the second one is made of prepared resin. The board is usually coated with a green color solder [...]

Understanding The Footprint Of A PCB

By |June 9th, 2011|Printed Circuit Boards|

When a "Printed Circuit Board" is designed and sent out for manufacturing, the manufacturer requires that a "footprint", essentially a map, be created for the board. This shows where the parts are to go on the PCB. On this copper pattern occasionally the whole outline of where specific components or parts are actually drawn in. [...]

Manufacturing Green Prototype Printed Circuit Boards

By |May 18th, 2011|Printed Circuit Boards|

Green manufacturing techniques are now being applied by manufacturers of printed circuit boards or PCBs and other electronic components, parts, as well as electronic appliances. This move has allowed companies to become responsible corporations without the compromise of business growth and needs to develop new technology for its end-users. The step towards a greener future [...]

Prototype PCB Construction – Different Methods Available

By |May 12th, 2011|Printed Circuit Boards|

The construction of printed circuit boards is extremely crucial as this greatly affects the overall quality of the PCBs used in different computing devices. Nowadays, where the functionality and the complexity of PCBs are continuously increasing, the use of different board construction methodologies have become a crucial factor as this affects the overall capability of [...]