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March 2014

Documentation

What’s the best approach to ensuring your fabricator builds the board exactly the way you intend? Find out in this issue of The PCB Design Magazine!

June 2013

Flexible Designs

Flexible Circuits: Once considered too costly for most applications, flex circuits can now be found in everything from printers to digital cameras. In our June issue flex contributors offer a variety of flex design tips and techniques.

April 2014

Mythbusters

The PCB design community seems to foster more than its fair share of myths. This month, we take mythbusting to another level! Put on your safety goggles and take cover!

May 2013

HDI: It's a Small World Afterall!

How does the ever-advancing HDI technology affect the job of the PCB designer? In the May issue our contributors lay out the best ways for designers to "get small."

May 2014

Design for Manufacturing

This month, our experts discuss what it takes to have good DFM practices, and why communication with your fabricator is so critical.

April 2013

EMI & EMC

This month, we tackle the challenges of achieving EMC, and discuss some proven methods for minimizing EMI transmissions.

June 2014

Designing Flex Circuits

Flexible circuits seem to be finding their way into all of our electronic devices. This month, our expert contributors explain why flexible circuits offer a great way forward for many applications—that is, if you know what you’re doing.

March 2013

Design for Manufacturing

This month, our expert contributors discuss many of the DFM challenges they see with incoming PCB designs, and present a variety of options for ensuring manufacturability.

August 2014

Materials

Every material poses a different challenge to PCB designers trying to stay ahead of the technology curve. This month, our expert contributors explain how to make the best choices in this material world.

February 2013

Simulation and Analysis

This month, our veteran contributors discuss a variety of simulation techniques that can help you save time and avoid costly re-spins.

July 2014

Concurrent Collaboration

More and more PCB designers are members, or  leaders, of design teams, some located across a variety of  geographic regions. Our experts explain the benefits of concurrent design and how to implement team design.

January 2013

Data Transfer Formats

Data Transfer Formats: Sure, most designs are still output in Gerber, but ODB++ and IPC-2581 are gaining ground. What are the pros and cons of these three formats? We examine these formats in depth.

September 2014

Data Formats

For years, designers used Gerber, and that was that. Then came ODB++, and the race was on. Contributors Karel Tavernier, Julian Coates, Amit Bahl, and Hemant Shah update us on the latest in data transfer formats.

December 2012

Routing and Placement

There are almost as many placement and routing methods as there are PCB designers. If you're in a routing rut, this issue of The PCB Design Magazine has the solution!

October 2014

Signal Integrity

Gone are the days when signal integrity was just a problem for the EE; if you don’t already have signal integrity problems, you certainly will. Yuriy Shlepnev and Barry Olney offer some of the latest SI tips, tricks and techniques for achieving signal integrity.

November 2012

High-Speed Design

Welcome to the premier issue of The PCB Design Magazine! The first edition of this one-of-a-kind magazine explores high-speed design issues with feature articles by Lee Ritchey, Happy Holden, and John Levreault.

November 2014

Outsourcing Design

Outsourcing isn’t always a dirty word, especially if your design team faces a project that’s beyond their bandwidth. Learn how to be prepared to outsource your designs.

January 2015

What's Ahead for 2015?

Happy New Year! This month, our experts take a look forward at what's in store for the upcoming year in PCB design. Also included: a look back at some industry trends from the early days!

December 2014

HDI

HDI is here, bringing a whole host of benefits, as well as potential challenges. Find tips on designing reliable HDI PCBs from industry experts in this issue!

February 2015

High-Speed Design

This month, we focus on high-speed design techniques, with articles from our contributors Kirk Fabbri, Barry Olney, Istvan Novak, Martyn Gaudion, John Coonrod, and Bob Tarzwell and Dan Beaulieu.

December 2013

Power Integrity

This month, our experts take an in-depth look at power integrity analysis, and they address many common PI challenges and solutions. Don’t fight the power—control it!

March 2015

Design for Manufacturability

As the speed of electronic devices continues to increase, so does the cost of re-spins, making good DFM practices more important than ever. Catching problems at the design stage can save weeks of wasted time, not to mention thousands of dollars. This month, we focus on design for manufacturability techniques and processes.

November 2013

Qualifying Your Fabricator

There are plenty of good fabricators vying for your business. How do you determine the best for your needs? Our expert contributors discuss the best methods for qualifying your next fabricator.

April 2015

Surface Finishes

For years, hot air solder leveling was the predominant surface finish in the PCB industry. But now, there’s a veritable alphabet soup of available surface finishes, and each has its own advantages and disadvantages. This month, we focus on the latest in PCB surface finishes...and more!

October 2013

Design for Assembly

In the rush of meeting deadlines, it’s easy for PCB designers and design engineers to overlook issues related to assembly. This month, our veteran contributors cover the whole process and offer valuable tips!

May 2015

Controlled Impedance

Controlled impedance PCBs are becoming more common now, especially in high-speed applications. Designing these boards can be particularly challenging. This month our expert contributors focus on the ins and outs of controlled impedance design.

September 2013

Materials

Madonna was right: It’s a material world! This month, we explore the latest and greatest PCB materials and processes with articles from Sanmina, Ohmega Technologies, PWB Inc., Rogers Corporation, and more.

June 2015

IPC-A-610 Update

IPC-A-610, Acceptability of Electronic Assemblies is the most widely used IPC standard. This month our expert contributors Teresa Rowe of IPC and Leo Lambert of EPTAC discuss the latest updates to this document, what they mean to product developers, and the various steps in the revision process itself.

January 2014

A Look at 2014

What did we learn from the past year? What does 2014 hold for PCB technology and design processes? If it’s anything like 2013, this year may be a wild ride.

August 2013

Signal Integrity

It’s not a question of if you’ll encounter signal integrity problems, it’s a question of when. The industry’s top SI experts weigh in with the latest tips, tricks and techniques for achieving signal integrity.

July 2015

Supply Chain Management

Supply chain management is one aspect of the design world that often takes a back seat to the latest PCB design tricks and techniques. This month, our cover story by David Ledger-Thomas and our interviews with Gary Ferrari of FTG and John Pavlak of Rogers Corporation discuss supply chain management from the PCB designer’s view.

February 2014

High-Speed Design

How fast is fast? What is the state-of-the-art for high-speed PCB design, and what does this mean to you? This month, our expert authors and columnists take an in-depth look at design on the bleeding edge.

July 2013

Design for Profitability

We have become a “design for” industry: Design for manufacturing, design for test, design for assembly, ad infinitum. In this issue, we explain how proper DFP techniques affect the bottom line.

August 2015

The War on Process Failure

Attention! PCB designers are in a veritable war zone, day in and day out. Our cover story is an interview with two “soldiers” in this war on failure, Kelly Dack and Mark Thompson of Prototron. Don't miss the columns by Paul Reid and Tim Haag, as well as an interview with Per Viklund and Alex Caravajal of Mentor Graphics.

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