PCB Terminology (Chinese – English)

A summary of Printed Circuit Board terminology (Chinese vs. English). Learn More.

PCB Introduction

Printed Circuit Board (PCB) are used in almost all kinds of electronic equipment. They are the supporter of electrical connections for electronic components. Read more for a brief introduction on PCB technology. Learn More.

PCB Process Flow

How is Printed Circuit Board manufactured? What are the major procedures during production? Learn More.

PCB Surface Finishing

What are different types of PCB surface finishing? What are the pros and cons of these finishing? Learn More.

PCB Types

What are different types of PCB surface finishing? What are the pros and cons of these finishing? Learn More.

Millimeter Wave Automotive Radar PCB

The auto anti-collision radar is the most important part of the developing trends of future automotive technology. Millimeter Wave (MMW) radar has advantages in auto-collision avoidance technology. Learn More.

High Density Interconnector (HDI) PCB

High Density Interconnector (HDI) is the cutting-edge technology for the production of printed circuit boards. There are mainly two HDI structures: buildup and any-layer.  Learn More.

PCB Material Selection

How to choose suitable materials for PCB structure? Our engineers concluded there are three main properties to be considered. Learn More.

High-Speed Material for PCB

The creation of high-speed digital is increasingly important. Designers use a series of material parameters such as the dissipation factor (Df) and the dielectric constant (Dk) to determine the suitability of high-speed PCB materials. Learn More.

The PCB Substrate Materials

This article aims to introduce the different types of materials used in the printed circuit board(PCB) substrates. The commonly used substrates include the organic substrate(FR-4), ceramic substrate, and metal substrate. Learn More.

PCB Etching Techniques

Etching is a technique to remove unwanted materials from the surface. This article intends to introduce two types of etching techniques: wet etching and dry etching. Learn More.