HDI is a complex PCB technology that uses blind, buried and micro vias. HDI is characterized by its high density of components and routing interconnections, which can pain a pain to design for. Can you handle it? Take the quiz!
Aviation and aerospace is a hot topic right now. The number of aircraft is likely to double in the next 20 years and space is slowly becoming accessible to tourists. And SpaceX will fly you across the globe in less than one hour pretty soon.
Thanks to some VR magic, you can now tour Sierra Circuits from YouTube. Our brand new 360 video will take you to our Sunnyvale, CA facilities just like you were there for real.
Released last month, the PerfectPulse J2151A is the fast edge signal generator and TDR you’ve been looking for. Made by Picotest, the Phoenix-based high-resolution test company, the PerfectPulse is the new low-cost measurement equipment that will change your life. Or at least your work life.
As a circuit board manufacturer, we are often asked about the difference between IPC Class 2 and Class 3. Class 1 does exist although we rarely produce boards that fall into this classification. Most of the times, even if the end-use of the product only requires Class 1, we will make it Class 2 just to ensure a better performance. This article will help you understand the different design rules for IPC Class 2 and Class 3 circuit boards.
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