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IntroductionPrinted circuit board, also known as PCB, is the electrical connection provider of the electronic components. It has been developed for more than 100 years; its key point is  about layout design. The main advantage of using circuit board is to greatly reduce wiring and assembly erro ...
IntroductionIn the design of circuit systems, we often encounter things like this: when a circuit program is copied from the book completely, the result of the experiment is not correct. Why is it that? The reason is interference. We must do a good job of anti-interference in the process of electron ...
Warm hints: The word in this article is about 2500 words and  reading time is about 15 minutes.SummaryToday in this article we will discuss about how PCB is developed and its industrial trend. Printed circuit board, also called PCB, is an important electronic component and the support of e ...
Everytime you want to create a PCB Design you need to draw holes, pads and wires for your circuit. Then you send this drawing to a manufacturer or you etch it yourself. What if you want to creat a circuit board by yourself but sounds hard? Don’t worry, there are many free tools out there that will h ...
LMX3268VBHXThe International Labor Organization (ILO) points out that some 40 million tons of electronic waste (including computers, mobile phones, printers, etc.) are produced every year. The prospect is that this amount will increase even more over time, as electronic devices with new functions an ...
Long gone are the days in which a prototype board was made by the designer himself. For many years, the hallmark of an ideal design engineer (or a big shot electronic hacker) was the ability to make their own PCB’s. The art of crafting a home made PCB has evolved over time, from the use of ferric ch ...
To have a thorough understanding of Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs), it is important to know the various parts that are used to make the boards.The most obvious starting point is the board itself. It is plastic, reinforced with glass. The next most obvious parts are the lines and pads that connec ...
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