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Basics of Designing Structures of Printed Circuit Boards of High-Speed Electronic Devices

  • Anatoly Belous
  • Vitali Saladukha
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Abstract

This chapter is devoted to the concerns and peculiarities of printed circuit boards’ structural designing for high-speed electronic devices. Designers of modern high-speed electronic devices, looking through the table of contents of the book, will almost certainly miss this chapter—well, what else is interesting and useful they can learn about printed circuit boards? Usually they choose numerous options of this class of products currently offered by the market and use them only as a kind of physical medium for the structural design of their device (apparatus, system) being designed.

Keywords

High-speed electronic devices Circuit board Parasitic effects Printed circuit boards High-speed devices High-speed transmission lines High-speed signals 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Anatoly Belous
    • 1
  • Vitali Saladukha
    • 1
  1. 1.IntegralMinskBelarus

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