HDI PCB Quiz #2

by | Oct 15, 2018 | 0 comments

HDI PCB is a complex 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!

 

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#1. What is true about microvias?

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#2. What does HDI stand for?

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#3. The total number of layers of your final HDI PCB is determined by:

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#4. What is the final manufacturing step of a 0-N-0 stack-up with laser microvias?

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#5. What does BGA stand for?

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#6. When you are breaking out of a tight pitch BGA, like .3 mm, you need to:

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#7. Which of the following applies to staggered microvias?

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#8. How can you reduce crosstalk in HDI substrates?

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#9. What is considered a good practice when it comes to surrounding signal layers in HDI?

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#10. What type of surface finish is it recommended to use in a HDI board?

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#11. Which of the following is a requirement in a 1-N-1 stack-up with microvias stacked on top of buried and filled core vias?

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