The simplest form of PCB is the unilateral variety that has circuits on only one side. This is still in use to this day, but it was more popular during the fifties and sixties. In the 1970s, double-sided plates became the standard in the electronics industry, since the upper and lower circuits became possible electrically interconnected.
Double-sided plates are currently used in many consumer electronic products, such as personal computers, keyboards, transformers and almost any other electronic equipment that we use, buy and find in our homes. Double-sided plates, however, are a bit more expensive than their unilateral counterparts.
Later, as more complex electronic components emerged, multilayer circuit boards interspersed multiple layers of circuits became the most widely used variety since the 1980s. Modern computers, aerospace equipment and telecommunications equipment, among others, use multilayer boards.
Most PCB manufacturers meet a variety of customer needs by offering design, fabrication, assembly and assembly services at the system level to meet the needs of a prototype or moderate to large production.
As we look back on our history, the technology that has helped us every day evolved from simple technologies to more elaborate technologies. PCBs are just one of them. Increasingly, the most used elements in the world have PCBs that function as the central nervous system of our own bodies.
PCBs can pave the way for increasingly smaller products. Be at the forefront of these developments and partner with a highly qualified services of PCB assembly San Diego that can help you and your company make the world fit in the palm of your hand.