PCBA & PCB Knowledge

Why do PCB Blind and Buried Vias Shift?

This shift of PCB vias refers to displacement, misplacement, disposition, or misalignment of the holes drilled for these blind and buried vias. There are various issues, and manufacturing mistakes are caused by several reasons.

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Flexible PCB Design Guide

Flexible PCB Design Guide PCB emerged in the early 20th century, reflecting technological advancements in semiconductor packaging that allowed industry

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Flexible PCB

Flexible printed circuit board, also referred to as FPC or flexible circuit, has gained significant popularity as one of the

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Halogen-Free PCB

Comprehensive Introduction to Halogen-Free PCB As electronic products become more widely used, they cater to a diverse range of users,

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MCPCB

MCPCB, which stands for Metal Core PCB, is just as its name implies: its core is made of metal, typically

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HDI PCB

The field of electronics is advancing at an incredible pace, with even the tiniest electronic devices packing substantial capabilities. This

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IMS PCB​

The term “IMS” stands for “Insulated Metal Substrate,” which combines an insulating layer and a metal base. The insulating layer

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High Frequency PCB

The division of circuit boards can take various approaches, and a high frequency PCB is categorized by its functionality. This

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FR4 PCB

In electronic engineering, different substrate materials are chosen based on their application characteristics. For instance, high-frequency circuits use Rogers, while

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Semi Flex PCB

Rigid and flexible PCB are two common circuit types, but they can’t meet the demands of all applications. To address

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PCB Transformer Guide

PCB Transformer Guide A PCB transformer is an electrical device that provides isolation, protection, and current transfer using the mutual

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PCB Thickness Guidelines

PCB Thickness Guidelines The term “PCB thickness” denotes the vertical distance separating the uppermost copper layer and the lowermost copper

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