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San Francisco Circuits: PCB Insertion Loss Guide - RF Cafe

PCB Insertion Loss Guide

July 5, 2023 - San Mateo, California - San Francisco Circuits, a popular provider of PCB fabrication and assembly, has published a PCB Insertion Loss Guide.

The term "Insertion loss" typically refers to the loss of signal strength as it passes through system-level cabling / components and PCB-level traces within high-speed (3 GHz+) systems / optical fibers and PCB stack-ups.

When designing new PCBs, it's important to mitigate loss, typically expressed in decibels (dB), as it can lead to critical system failures if left unchecked. San Francisco Circuits has created a new resource to assist PCB designers with the best practices surrounding PCB Insertion loss.

The causes and contributors to insertion loss include overall transmission length, connectors & cables, high-loss materials, and higher frequency systems. How each affects a system overall along with tips on how to combat insertion loss are detailed.

Optimize your next PCB design by mitigating Insertion Loss with this new resource from the PCB experts at SFC. For additional assistance with insertion loss or for a PCB quote, contact San Francisco Circuits today!

 


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
San Francisco Circuits, Inc.
Phone: 1-800-732-5143

Web:  www.sfcircuits.com

 

 

Posted July 5, 2023

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