High-Speed PCB Design Basics
Consistency in impedance requires cooperation and coordination between the designer and the fabricator to optimize success.
by Susy Webb
NANOTECHNOLOGY IN ELECTRONICS
How Nanotechnology Applies to Electronics
Nanowires and other structures using atomic cluster deposition show promise for the interconnections of the future.
by Dr. Alan Rae
Optimizing Interconnect Performance with Eye Diagrams
Eye measurements can be used as an interconnect optimization tool with frequency, time and numeric domain simulators, eliminating any guesswork.
by Sanjeev Gupta and Gunner Boe
LIFE AFTER LEAD
The Greening of Electronics
Celestica's CTO says global environmental initiatives are laying the groundwork for a massive shift in industry thinking.
by Dan Shea
DESIGN FOR ASSEMBLY
DFA Demands Upfront Attention
Failure to consider PCB design and production requirements leads to costly loss in time-to-market and time-to-revenue.
by Zulki Khan
The Big Get Bigger
The largest PCB fabricators in Japan and Taiwan stretched their leads in 2005.
by Dr. Hayao Nakahara
POINT OF VIEW
A matter of degrees.
The most optimistic embrace change and make difficult choices.
The Flex Market
The trend in Japanese PCB manufacturing is optimistic and aggressive.
No Myths Allowed
Using SPICE simulation tools to predict impedance.
Dr. Eric Bogatin
Off The Shelf