The aviation and aerospace industry has witnessed significant growth over the past few years owing to the rising investment by various space and aviation agencies across the globe. It is estimated that the number of aircraft carriers will double over the next two decades.
Spacing is important, whether it’s in your day-to-day life or in the PCB industry. Consider, you have a noisy neighbor, won’t you prefer to have more space between you? PCB traces are no exception. The worst part is all of the PCB traces are noisy. Well, you can deal with your noisy neighbor (just call 911!), but a noisy PCB trace is another story.
Which standards should I use for my PCB libraries? What factors will affect the manufacturability of my final PCB? What are the common errors that I need to be extra wary of when I define my libraries to prevent unneeded PCB prototype iterations? These are some of the many question’s PCB designers ask before starting their designs. We decided to address these issues to make life easier for PCB designers. So, we sat down with Natasha Baker and asked a few questions faced by PCB designers during the selection of PCB libraries.
During the 19th century, a car or an automobile was treated as the mechanical marvel, operated by a solid engine with an elegant design. However, the beginning of the 21st century has brought substantial changes to the automotive sector. Suddenly, major specs of a vehicle, such as power and speed took a back seat, while luxury and leisure took the front seat. Like it or not, we have moved on with this phenomenal journey. So, pack your backs, let’s drive straight into a detailed discussion on automotive sensors.
ISRO (Indian Space Research Organization) has successfully launched Chandrayaan-2 on 22nd July at 21:21 UTC, which is their second lunar exploration mission after Chandrayaan-1. With billions of hearts beating, ISRO takes a major leap in its dream to place a rover on the moon.
We are witnessing intensified race among various space agencies for supremacy over the skies since the past few years. As per reports by the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA), more than 4,500 artificial satellites are orbiting the earth with an increase of 4.87% compared to the previous years. Additionally, the increasing interest for flexible PCBs in satellite applications is attributed to the longer lifecycle and the increased flexibility. The viability of a flex PCBs for satellite applications is dependent on capability PCB design to operate without fault anywhere up to 10 years.