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BGA Assembly Basics

BGA (ball grid array) is a type of microelectronics packaging used in integrated circuits. The surface mount BGAs are small solder balls that are aligned in a grid, mounted permanently on the circuits in the PCB assembly process. The balls

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How To Avoid PCB Corrosion

Printed circuit boards are susceptible to corrosion both from environmental moisture and the voltage that passes through the pins. There are multiple ways to protect an assembled PCB from falling prey to the damage that can be caused from every

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Some Thoughts and Details on Selecting a PCB Assembly Shop

A printed circuit board connects the many components assembled on to the board. They are connected electrically using conductive tracks, pads and copper sheets that have been laminated onto a non-conductive substrate. There are three types of printed circuit boards:

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5 Rules to Follow when Choosing a PCB Prototype Supplier

Printed circuit board (PCB) layout, fabrication and assembly can be tricky and costly portions of your product. We’ve heard from many customers that they’ve been left frustrated and stressed with their previous PCB suppliers on at least one occasion because

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Through-Hole PCB Assembly

PCB assembly is the process of attaching electronic components to a bare printed circuit board, like the one below. The electronic components that are attached and assembled onto the board interconnect and interact through the use of the conductive circuit

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