Posted on 19 September, 2022

Radiofrequency (RF) shielding is a device specifically designed to block radiofrequency or electromagnetic interference in the PCB. Electromagnetic or radiofrequency interference is an external disturbance that effectively impacts the circuit’s electromagnetic induction. In some cases, the RF interference is placed in the PCB circuit to shield the Electromagnetic Interference (EMI). Hence, in such cases, the […]

Posted on 12 August, 2022

A transient state is experienced by the voltage and current in an electrical circuit when switching occurs before steady-state conditions are reached. Immediately following the switching action, transients in electrical circuits last for a brief period of time ranging from microseconds to milliseconds. The duration of transients depends on circuit characteristics like capacitance, inductance, and […]

Posted on 14 July, 2022

A layer of ink traces called a silkscreen is used to identify things like PCB pieces, warning signals, test points, logos, and marks. The silkscreen is often placed to the component side, although it is also customary to use silkscreen on the solder side. However, this can raise the price. In essence, a thorough PCB […]

Posted on 8 June, 2022

Do you know how it all started? Circuit boards were used as a simple substrate with sufficient holes for the electrical components to lead through, which is then soldered to give a complete circuit look. Later on, with the advancement in science and technology, the soldering for networking and electrical components was replaced with conductive […]

Posted on 9 March, 2022

A printed Circuit Board (PCB) is the heart of all electronic devices to process smoothly. So, PCB layout can be defined as the transformation of a circuit from the circuit board to a physical form. Similarly, transmission lines refer to a pathway or conductor that carries various electrical signals. So, transmission lines in PCB layout […]