Just Ask Happy: Two-Layer Low-Speed PCBs


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In our latest survey, we have asked that our readers send in questions they might have for Happy Holden, and quite a few of them took us up on it! The questions that were posed run the gamut, covering technology, the worldwide electronics fabrication market, and everything in between. Enjoy.

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The following is today's question and Happy's answer:

Q: Why do many two-layer boards work in low-speed applications, signal integrity-wise?

A: Two-layer boards, properly designed, will even work in high-speed applications! Even a single-sided board will. If the signal rise times are slow, signal integrity does not enter in the solution.

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