We recently asked Rick Almeida, DownStream co-founder, and Technical Sales Manager Ray Fugitt to discuss why so many fabricators are still receiving (and correcting) inaccurate and incomplete data from their customers. And if fabricators and designers are content with this current process, is it really a problem after all?
With so many things changing right now, as well as lots of innovation happening and new products being developed, it’s important that you share your vision of the future with your PCB suppliers. Anaya Vardya shares six general logistical processes to use when working with customers on their product innovation and development.
Application notes are the key to shedding light on new topics or new products and software tools in an easily digestible form. As both a consumer and an author many application notes, Martyn Gaudion explores various types and how to...
High-frequency circuit materials are used in a variety of diverse applications. Due to this diversity, it is difficult to write an application (app) note for a specific high-frequency circuit material. John Coonrod explains while...
Designers often play it safe in the center, but step out on the edge and you’ll likely see things much differently. Joe Fjelstad shares his thoughts....
Deciphering Fab Notes Interview with Dana Korf and Kelly Dack
Mark Thompson’s Most Wanted: Accurate and Complete Fab Notes Interview with Mark Thompson
Dear Designers: Please Include a Sanity Check Interview with Rick Almeida and Ray Fugitt
Monsoon Solutions: Creating Perfect Fab Notes Interview with Jennifer Kolar and Dan Warren
The Role of EDA Tools in Creating Fab Notes Interview with Patrick McGoff