New eBook Explores Tips for Executing Complex PCB Designs


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I-Connect007 is excited to announce the release of the latest title in our educational library: The Printed Circuit Designer’s Guide to… Executing Complex PCBs.

The Printed Circuit Designer’s Guide to… is an ongoing series specifically dedicated to educating printed circuit board designers and serves as a valuable resource for people seeking the most relevant design information available. Written by Scott Miller, COO of Freedom CAD Services, this book provides a set of guidelines for designing the most complex, high-speed circuit boards.

Designing a complex circuit board today can be a daunting task. Never before have PCB designers on the cutting edge faced more formidable challenges, both electrical and mechanical. Miller and his veteran PCB design team share real-world examples to help designers sharpen their game, from the planning stages and schematic capture through documentation and successful data handoff.

“At a time when the electronics industry is taking large leaps forward, this is a book for anyone working with PCB design and its countless and ever-changing steps, and will be the go-to reference for all of our designers at Legrand North America,” said John R. Watson, CID and senior PCB engineer.

Readers will learn how to design complex boards correctly the first time, on time. This book is a must-read for anyone designing high-speed, sophisticated PCBs.

Download your free copy today! You can also view other titles in our full library.

We hope you enjoy The Printed Circuit Designer’s Guide to… Executing Complex PCBs.

For more information, contact:

Barb Hockaday
I-Connect007 eBooks
barb@iconnect007.com

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