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What are the Differences Between the CEM3 PCB and the FR4 PCB ?

Multilayer and double-sided printed circuit boards are usually used with a flame-retardant copper-clad epoxy glass board. The CEM3 PCB (printed circuit board) is a newly-developed substrate material that serves FR4-based printed circuit boards. Before we go into details, let us know what a CEM3 PCB is. What is CEM3 PCB? This is a copper-clad composite …

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PTFE PCB

How a PTFE PCB Solves Signal Transmission Problem in High-Frequency Applications

Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) is a common material used in the fabrication of PCBs. Also, this material is commonly known as Teflon. Over time, PCB manufacturers have been using this material to fabricate high-frequency boards. Also, teflon is a widely used material in the PCB industry because of its unique properties. Polytetrafluoroethylene features unique mechanical and chemical …

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Metal Clad PCB

Is Metal Clad PCB An Ideal Solution to High Power Applications ?

The operational temperature of a PCB is very crucial. Higher power applications subjected to heat need PCBs that ensure heat dissipation. Too much heat can result in circuit failure or other issues. Also, the rapid development in the electronics industry raised concerns about heat dissipation. Heat dissipation can affect the performance of high-power electronic devices. …

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