Thursday, September 08, 2005

A Practical Guide to High-Speed Printed-Circuit-Board Layout

Despite its critical nature in high-speed circuitry, PCB layout is often one of the last steps in the design process, with sloppy layouts sometimes causing circuit designs that look good “on paper” to render mediocre performance. This article addresses high-speed layout from a practical perspective, discussing topics that can improve circuit performance, reduce design time, and minimize time-consuming revisions.

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4 Comments:

At 1:19 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Standard, ritual, and often incorrect bits about bypassing and ground planes. Nobody *really* uses four or even fove caps per opamp, and splitting analog and digital ground planes seldom makes sense.

 
At 12:54 AM, Blogger jen said...

[...]well all these methods are ok and will get the job done but there is one matter which seems left behind: how do we apply the
component nomenclature (usually written or drawn in white)?
http://www.rushpcb.co.uk/
[...]

 
At 12:16 PM, Anonymous PCB said...

This guide help me to make this type of printed circuit board more better and faster..

 
At 5:50 PM, Anonymous pcb prototype said...

Thank you for the information just about this good post..informative as a pcb manufacturer.

 

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