Know about PPO/PPE with Help from AdvancedPCB

Posted 6/7/2013 by AdvancedPCB
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Learning about the different materials that make up your printed circuit boards will allow you to determine which you find absolutely necessary in order to get the PCBs that you need for your application. This is why AdvancedPCB helps clients make the best decisions for their project by giving all of the information necessary to analyze the choices at hand. The PPO (polyphenylene oxide) epoxy resin is the closest to FR-4 standards, but exhibits a lower Dk (3.60) and Df (0.009). It is, therefore, an affordable material that is supported by most fabrication shops and gives you superior characteristics for higher speed designs. Talk with your salesperson about the right resin and other materials for your PCBs.

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By using the free PCB Artist software available from AdvancedPCB, you will be able to design the circuit boards that you need for your application using a top-rated program. Once your design is completed, submit it directly to AdvancedPCB to speed up your lead and turn times so you do not have to wait to get the PCBs you need. Talk with an expert at AdvancedPCB today for more information.

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