IPC Training Course on PCB Design for RF Boards :: I-Connect007

For this issue, we asked our expert contributors to share their thoughts on the absolute “must-know” aspects of fab, assembly and test that all designers should understand. In the end, we’re all in this together.

In this issue, we discuss some of the challenges, pitfalls and mitigations to consider when designing non-standard board geometries. We share strategies for designing odd-shaped PCBs, including manufacturing trade-offs and considerations required for different segments and perspectives. Best Prototype Pcb Manufacturer

IPC Training Course on PCB Design for RF Boards :: I-Connect007

On the subject of simplification, our expert contributors explain how to design PCBs without making them complex and over-constrained—whatever the level of technology. In addition, we discuss the effect your decisions and tradeoffs have on design complexity.

Estimated reading time: Less than a minute

IPC will be holding a training course on printed circuit board (PCB) design for radio frequency (RF) board every Mondays and Wednesday from August 7 to September 13. The training sessions will be held via virtual meetings 11am to 1pm ET (5-7pm CET).

The program is designed to provide circuit board designers with a balanced foundation of theoretical knowledge and practical skills in printed circuit board design.

Upon completion, participants will be able to design boards for high-speed analog and RF/microwave frequencies; understand the trade-offs in materials used in these applications; define a board stackup that implements structures that will meet the needs of these designs; as well as understand and mitigate signal integrity issues for these designs.

They will also be able to learn the effects of mechanical retention needs for these applications, define and implement the tighter manufacturing tolerances, as well as understand the documentation requirements for these designs.

IPC Training Course on PCB Design for RF Boards :: I-Connect007

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