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!
One thing PCB designers will all agree on is that to breakout a BGA, you need precision and discipline. When you breakout a BGA, you basically apply a fanout solution and route traces from those fanouts to the perimeter of the device prior to general routing of the PCB.
After our PCB Layout Design workshop presented by Robert Feranec, Sierra Circuits is hosting Steve Sandler’s hands-on power integrity workshop on December 3rd and 4th at the Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, CA.
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.
Today, we are going to talk about signal integrity. As a PCB designer, it is important for you to know the effects of via stubs on signal attenuation and data transfer rates.
Designing with PCB assembly in mind is one of the most important and frequently misunderstood elements. This series is dedicated to helping you become a designing pro—someone whose PCB design has been optimized on the first try, ensuring a smooth quickturn PCB production process. Follow these tips when you design for assembly. Continue reading “PCB Assembly: 8 Tips For Design For Assembly”
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