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Circuit Board Fabrication of Metal Core PCB’s

The circuits boards composed of metallic cores is known as a metals PCB’s, and it is commonly utilized in LED devices. Metal Core PCB is harder to manufacture than FR-4 and can be more costly. Metal Core PCB (MCPCB) or Insulated Metal Substrate (IMS PCB) would be a technique created to address the FR4 substance's thermodynamic constraints. If your boards must operate in a high-temperature condition, Metallic Core is a stronger option than FR4. Insulation Metal Substrate uses a unique insulator with a higher thermally conductance to offer electrically isolated among the copper and the metals cores. Metal Core PCB Manufacturing ...

RF Microwave PC Board Applications

There are numerous uncertainty in RF (radio frequency) PCB (printed circuit board [1]) designs. Whenever it comes to circuits with frequencies below microwave (particularly low intermediate frequencies digital logic circuits), however, careful design is the only way to ensure first-time circuits designing effectiveness while mastering all design concepts. Plated-through hole (PTH) has been used to connect traces on various layers simultaneously, and resistance is frequently integrated inside the layer stacking or generated by selectively laying down resistant material. Most of the needed electronic systems are usually put on the top and bottom layers, with interconnections created among parts and traces using ...

How To Choose High-Frequency PC Board Materials For Your RF Microwave Project?

The high-frequency PCB material is based on using a synthetic thermoplastic fluoropolymer which has an excellent dielectric property at different smaller microwave frequencies. For the design of PCB circuits with microwave frequencies, important characterizations that determine laminate circuit performance include dielectric constant (DK), dissipation factor (Df), thermal expansion coefficient (CTE), thermal dielectric constant coefficient (TCDk), and thermal conductivity. The most known high-frequency material for users of PCB laminates may be polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE), a synthetic thermoplastic fluoropolymer with outstanding dielectric characteristics at microwave frequencies. PCB applications include RF antenna, WiFi (Carrier-Green and Licensed Access), IP infrastructure, power amplifiers, diplexers/multiplexers, testing, measurement, etc. It ...

Flexible Printed Circuit Board Overview

Introduction On a slightly less romantic level, it would not be feasible to have such a standard laptop or mobile phone without flexible print circuit technology, which enables components to be linked electrically, in a dynamic, three-dimensional fashion. Flexible circuit technology has a long history that dates back over 100 years. The early patent activity emphasizes the fact that inventions such as Thomas Edison, Frank Sprague, and others in the early twentieth century experimented on ideas for flexible circuit materials and designs that were only used on a commercial basis in recent decades. Background Flexible printed circuits (FPCs) are the heart and soul ...

Lead Vs lead-free soldering for PCB assembly

What is soldering? Solder is the name for bonding metals. Soldering is a crucial aspect of the electronics industry, as it is the basic method of connecting electrical equipment to a PC Board [1]. You have to heat the metal at a high temperature and join the parts, and then it will create a perfect electric connection between them when it cools. [caption id="attachment_668" align="alignleft" width="300"] [2] soldering[/caption] Differences of leaded and lead-free soldering Wetting: Another distinguishing feature is the difference in moisture content. Wetting refers to how well-molten solder paste adheres to the board's components on the Printed Circuit Board [3]. Solder that has ...

Printed Circuit Boards

PNC Inc. offers every solution in the PCB arena. This includes design, fabrication, assembly and a number of value-added services. With these capabilities and our facilities around the country, we are able to provide quick-turn prototypes and large-scale production all under the same roof. We pride ourselves on constant improvement and invest millions each year into making sure we have the latest technology to make our processes as efficient as possible.

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