A PCB transmission line is a type of interconnection used for moving signals from their transmitters to their receivers on a printed circuits board. They are very complex to understand, which is why we created this quiz. Find out how much you know about PCB transmission lines!
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#1. How many conductors does a PCB transmission line usually contain?
#2. Name the conductors referred to in the last question.
#3. What is the volume between the two conductors?
#4. Why do transmission lines need to have a controlled impedance at high frequencies?
#5. Electromagnetic signals travel in vacuum or air at the same speed as of light. Why do signals travel on PCB transmission lines at a slower speed?
#6. What does “tpd” refer to?
#7. What is the propagation delay?
#8. What is approximately the signal speed for Isola 370HR materials on a stripline?
#9. What is approximately the propagation delay for Rogers 4000 series materials on a microstrip?
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