MorePCBAs

Metal Core PCB for MPU

MCPCB (Metal Core PCB) – A Comprehensive Guide to Understanding

Introduction:  MCPCB (Metal Core PCB) is a type of printed circuit board (PCB) that is used in applications that require high thermal conductivity, such as high-power LED lighting, power electronics, and automotive electronics. Metal Core PCB for MPU Thermal conductivity is the property of a material that describes its ability to conduct heat. MCPCB is […]

MCPCB (Metal Core PCB) – A Comprehensive Guide to Understanding Read More »

PCB Antenna

PCB Antennas Ultimate Guide : Design, Applications, and Optimization Strategies 

  Introduction to PCB Antennas Small, energy-efficient devices have always been highly sought after, particularly in the automotive and smart wearables industries, as consumers desire the integration of advanced features into compact packages. In addition to their compactness, these devices offer strong network compatibility, making them reliable, long-lasting, and therefore widely utilized in various consumer

PCB Antennas Ultimate Guide : Design, Applications, and Optimization Strategies  Read More »

Types of PCB Surface Finish

Top 10 PCB Surface Finishes: Pros, Cons, and Comparisons 

  Introduction  PCB surface finishes include two major categories: organic and metallic. When comparing these two categories and considering all available options, it becomes clear that each has its benefits and drawbacks. The choice of the most suitable finish is typically determined by factors such as the intended application, the assembly process, and the PCB

Top 10 PCB Surface Finishes: Pros, Cons, and Comparisons  Read More »

MOS Burnout PCB

MOS Burnout-Analysis of common possible design failures

  MOS burnout, or burnout of metal-oxide-semiconductor (MOS) devices, can occur due to various factors. MOS devices are widely used in integrated circuits and electronic systems, and understanding the potential failures can help in their design and troubleshooting. Here are some common possible failures of MOS burnout:     1, Overvoltage:  Exceeding the maximum specified

MOS Burnout-Analysis of common possible design failures Read More »

Scroll to Top

Get Free Quote

 We will answer you shortly! ( Able to send attachment )

Skype

WhatsApp

Wechat

thank-you-warmed-heart-Transparent

Thanks For Contacting Us!​

We’re so glad you’re here!
We will get you back soon.