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Introduction to Ceramics Ceramics have been the traditional material not only for electrical applications for the past 100 years, but have also been especially useful for highly reliable electronic applications. For instance, in the 19th century, ceramics...
Stackup in the design of a multilayer Printed Circuit Board (PCB) is an important factor from the point of view of the Electro-Magnetic Compatibility (EMC) of the product in which the PCB is used. Much of the radiation from the PCB can be reduced with a good stackup, whereas a poor stackup can...
Although the design of aluminum based printed circuit boards (PCBs) is no different from that for a traditional FR-4 board, the similarities are limited to the imaging and wet-processing operations. To make the design cost-effective and manufacturable, an additional secondary mechanical operat...
If you are looking for small volume electronic products that must be highly reliable while operating at high frequencies and high insulation in environments with high pressure, high temperature, and high pressure, Metal Core PCBs (MCPCBs) may be a good choice. However, there is other alternati...
Posted on 27/10/2017
PTFE or polytetraflouroethylene, commercial name Teflon, has an inert molecular structure that makes it an excellent material for use as non-stick coating. PCB fabricators are increasingly using PTFE laminates compared to conventional FR4 materials, because of the unique properties of PTFE tha...
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