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A majority of the printed wiring board laminates bear the popular names of their constituent materials, such as Epoxy, Polyimide, PTFE, and the like, which are more often the generalization of the chemical names of the principal resin systems. Recently, products have been evolving suitable for...
Introduction Metal Clad Printed Circuit Boards or MCPCBs offer high thermal conductivity to remove heat from components on the PCB that are likely to run at high temperatures. The most common type of MCPCB has an aluminum base, although copper is used instead...
Introduction The high frequency material the PCB fabrication process is using can affect the circuit performance for the end user. That means there must be interaction between the fabricator and the designer, while the end user should understand the concerns ...
The printed circuit industry offers copper clad circuits in four different classes, with individual standards defined by IPC. These are rigid, flexible, high-speed, high frequency, and High Density Interconnect (HDI). Each of these families has more standards within them for defining the base ...
Introduction Regular Metal Core Printed Circuit Boards (MCPCBs) use copper or aluminum as their metal base. The use of metal as base helps to conduct heat away from the components on the PCB, as copper and aluminum are good thermal conductors. However,such MC...
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