Category: Controlled Impedance
What is a PCB Transmission Line?

What is a PCB Transmission Line?

A PCB transmission line is a type of interconnection used for moving signals from their transmitters to their receivers on a printed circuit board. A PCB transmission line is composed of two conductors: a signal trace and a return path which is usually a ground plane....

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Controlled Impedance Quiz #2

Controlled Impedance Quiz #2

Controlled impedance is not science fiction… Especially when you know how to calculate your controlled impedance traces. But, do you? Open our free Impedance Calculator – which will help you answer some of the following questions – and get ready to take the quiz!...

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How to Control Your Controlled Impedance

How to Control Your Controlled Impedance

Hello again, I’m Amit, the PCB guy. Today I’d like to discuss key points you should know before you get a controlled impedance PCB. Controlled Impedance PCB Must-Knows 1. How To Specify Controlled Impedance You can get controlled impedance in two ways: first is to...

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Why Controlled Impedance Really Matters

Why Controlled Impedance Really Matters

Every day, PCB designs and components become smaller, faster – in other words, more complicated. It is now crucial to slow certain circuits down in order to allow specific functions of components to perform before others. The time of simple interconnecting traces and...

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