|PCB Kind:||4 Layer PCB||Impedance Control:||50 Ohm|
|Material Kind::||FR4 TG150||PCB Thickness::||0.8 MM|
|Surface Technics::||ENIG||PCB Size:||102 Mm* 97 Mm/35pcs|
Half Hole PCB 0.8MM,
FR4 TG150 Half Hole PCB,
50Ohm Half Hole PCB Board
Immersion Gold Half Hole PCB Board 50 Ohm 4 Layer 0.8MM
1 Part NO: Half hole PCB0016
2 Layer Count: 4 Layer PCB
3 Finished Board Thickness: 0.8 MM tolerance is +/-0.1MM
4 Solder Mask: Green
5 Min Lind Space&Width: 4/4 mil
6 Application Area: Blue-tooth Module
7 Drillings: L1-L4 0.2MM
8 BGA Size: 0.3MM
9 Surface Treatment: immersion gold
10 PCB Size: 102 mm* 97 mm/35pcs
11 Impedance control: 50 ohm
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5 Ceramic substrate pcb: single Layer Ceramic pcb, 2 layer ceramic pcb
Q1: What is Design Rule Checking (DRC) for PCBs?
A1: Design Rule Checking (DRC) is a process used to identify errors and mismatches such as spacing & trace widths in a PCB design/layout. The layout of a PCB board is designed using software, each PCB fabricator has a set of rules which they publish that specify various parameters such as what the spacing between each line should be, the minimum size of vias, the width of a line etc.
Once a design is submitted to a PCB Fabricator, they run a DRC test to ensure that the submitted design complies with their published standard. This ensures that the PCB will be fabricated to spec. If there are any mis-matches the DRC points them out and the designer then updates the design/layout accordingly. DRC (Design Rule Checking) is a must to ensure there are no design violations in the PCB. This check is done prior to the manufacturing of the final board.
The Design Rules are different for each PCB manufacturer. Users should check the design rules of a PCB fabricator before submitting a PCB Design to the manufacturer.