Printed Circuit Boards: Design and Technology

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Tata McGraw-Hill Education, 1983 - Printed circuits - 467 pages
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This book provides an in-depth understanding of the technology and design of Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs). Developed by experienced professionals, it is a complete reference on how to design various kinds of highly reliable, professional quality PCBs with low investment costs. Illustrations and photographs have been amply used to explain: How to set up and operate PCB fabrication units; Layout, planning and generation of artwork; Material selection and planning; Automation and computers in PCB design; Tips for obtaining good PCB designs and specialized applications have been discussed. The approach adopted in the book places a lot of emphasis on the current trends in the industry and seeks to induce creativity in circuit designers to search for new electronic interconnecting techniques
 

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Contents

Design of Printed Circuit Boards
4
LAYOUT GENERAL RULES AND PARAMETERS
17
DESIGN RULES FOR DIGITAL CIRCUIT PCBs
33
Bibliography
57
Bibliography
93
DESIGN RULES FOR PCBs IN POWER ELECTRONICS APPLICATIONS
105
DESIGN RULES FOR PCBs IN MICROWAVE APPLICATIONS
114
ARTWORK
129
SCREENPRINTING
255
Bibliography
269
Bibliography
290
Bibliography
313
Bibliography
332
Bibliography 3f5
365
Bibliography
381
Bibliography
407

AUTOMATION AND COMPUTERS IN PCB DESIGN
151
Bibliography
165
Bibliography
197
Bibliography 221
224
PHOTOPRINTING
232
Bibliography
418
Bibliography
438
Index
459
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