I-Connect007 Survey: DFM, Signal Integrity Knowledge Most Important Job Criteria

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In a recent survey, we wanted to know what the industry's expectations are for PCB designers. One of the questions that we asked our readers was: Of the following criteria, which are the three most important for your job, according to your customers and/or your company? We requested that respondents choose only three items from the list.

We have created a chart of the results. (Because respondents selected more than one, choices do not total 100%.) To make your voice heard, you can take part in this survey by clicking here. Surveys like this help us stay on top of the issues and challenges that our readers face every day. We appreciate your participation.



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