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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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Bluetooth PCB

Bluetooth PCB: Enablers of Wireless Technology Bluetooth technology has a history of over 20 years in electronic applications. As this

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Ceramic QFN

Ceramic QFN In scenarios demanding resistance to corrosive environments or high-frequency demands, the implementation of ceramic-based QFN technology can emerge

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BGA vs. QFN​

BGA vs. QFN In the field of electronics, selecting the correct package form for integrated circuits is one of the

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RoHS-Compliant PCBA

RoHS Compliant PCBA Manufacturing Project The ROHS directive, established by the European Union in 2003, lays down rules and regulations

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