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Analog & Digital – Both use trace length as a means of increasing performance, but which one is right?

Serpentine Routing: Function over Form in PCB Routing - RF CafeOctober 14, 2020 - San Francisco Circuits' (SFC) specialty is in the complex, advanced technology of PCB fabrication and assembly, producing high quality multi-layered PCBs from elaborate layouts. Timing is everything, at least when it comes to signal integrity in a digital system. Analog says the prevailing wisdom is that shorter is better for using delay lines. On the digital side, numerous signals are kept in sync with a clock. Which one is right? Learn the answer and more about how Serpentine Routing is leading to increased performance in PCB routing in their new article "Serpentine Routing–Function Over Form in PCB Routing." San Francisco Circuits is a leader in PCB fabrication and PCB assembly making sure they are on the cutting-edge of developments in the PCB industry. From simple to complex PCBs, SFC produces elaborate and high-quality PCBs in common and even more custom layouts. San Francisco Circuits has also been voted "world's greatest in PCBs" by National Television.

If you are looking to discuss PCB projects of any size or scope, feel free to reach out to them via their website at www.SFCircuits.com or by phone at 800.SFC.5143.

 

About San Francisco Circuits

San Francisco Circuits is a provider of PCB fabrication and assembly, has a dedicated team specializing in simple and complex PCB fabrication and assembly technologies. They can produce elaborate and high-quality PCBs in a number of custom and common layouts. From basic to intricate PCBs–their engineers will meet your PCB fabrication & assembly needs. The company provides a rare balance between technical expertise and competitive pricing. And they not only provide high-quality products but also high-quality customer service at the same time. San Francisco Circuits has been voted by National Television as the "world’s greatest in PCBs" and has demonstrated experience as a power player in PCB fabrication and assembly.

If you are looking to discuss PCB projects of any size or scope, feel free to reach out to them via our website (see below).

 

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Alex Danovich
President
San Francisco Circuits, Inc.
Phone:  1-8001732-5143
Web:  www.sfcircuits.com
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