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Common Causes of Degradation of Signal Integrity in PCBs

Common Causes of Degradation of Signal Integrity in PCBs

Signal distortion is a fact of life when it comes to circuitry. No matter how good the printed circuit board assembly, there are no perfect boards out there that can transmit signals to a T. All we can do is design our boards to the best of our skills with signal...

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How to Survive a Component Shortage

How to Survive a Component Shortage

The last few years have seen a drastic increase in order lead time. There was a time when you could expect to receive a full bill of materials (BOM) in as little as 8 to 12 weeks—now it is twice that timeframe. Worse, shortages in manufactured components are causing a...

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Medical PCB Assembly: Benefits and Design Considerations

Medical PCB Assembly: Benefits and Design Considerations

PCBs are an integral part of the electronics used in different industries. Everything from a simple LCD light display to an ever-upgrading phone houses a PCB. One industry that has seen an enormous improvement thanks to the advancement of PCBs is the medical industry....

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PCB Via Stitching: Should You Consider It?

PCB Via Stitching: Should You Consider It?

There are many different techniques that we employ when building circuit boards. Vital to all these constructions are vias – copper-lined connection ports that connect each layer of the board in one cohesive electrical flow. Vias are necessary for constructing...

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PCB Milling: Everything You Need to Know

PCB Milling: Everything You Need to Know

A PCB is a core aspect of any electronic used in a household or industrial setting. Good-quality PCB boards require PCB milling, which is the process of removing copper tracts from a sheet of PCB material to recreate the indication tracks, pads, and configurations...

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How to Test for a Short Circuit on a PCB

How to Test for a Short Circuit on a PCB

Along the PCB construction process, engineers face many possible hazards that might damage each board. One of the most troublesome and damaging disasters to befall PCBs is the short circuit. This can occur anywhere along with the framework of a board and have several...

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Boundary-Scan Tests for PCBs

Boundary-Scan Tests for PCBs

There are many means of testing newly constructed PCBs. Checking by eye or using in-circuit testing are great ways to ensure that everything is where it should be. But these tests all require you to have access to the surface of your board. What about if you can’t see...

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What Is Flying Probe Testing?

What Is Flying Probe Testing?

The final stages of manufacturing printed circuit boards, or PCBs, involve testing to ensure that all components are correctly connected in place. These tests can run in several ways, from a simple look-over to more specific connection tests. Two of the more popular...

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