Printed Circuit Boards

Some articles on printed circuit boards, boards, board, circuit, circuits, printed circuit, printed circuit board:

THD Electronics - Amplifier Basics - Printed Circuit Boards
... Instead, they utilize printed circuit boards (PCBs) ... much of this criticism by using thick boards with large ground planes to reduce noise, as well as through-plating and use of Teflon wire for durability ... components like jacks, potentiometers, switches and tube sockets to the board ...
... Circuit may mean Circuit theory, the theory of accomplishing work by routing electrons, gas, fluids, or other matter through loops (e.g ... electrical, hydraulic or pneumatic circuits) Further information Hydraulic analogy and Fluidics In electrical engineering Electrical circuit, an ...
AVUS - Circuit
... While normal for a road, it is unusually shaped for a race track as it is essentially just two long straights in the form of a dual carriageway, with a hairpin corner at each end ... The north curve featured a steep banking from 1937 to 1967 ...
Printed Circuit Corporation - Company History
... Peter Sarmanian started Printed Circuit Corporation in 1961 during the early days of the computer industry ... His first significant production contracts were to manufacture printed circuit boards for the technology innovators of the 1960s - early minicomputer companies like RCA Computer Systems, Digital Equipment ... Sarmanian was a pioneer in the electro-chemical production of printed circuit boards ...
Ground Plane - Printed Circuit Boards
... A ground plane on a printed circuit board (PCB) is a large area or layer of copper foil connected to the circuit's ground point, usually one terminal of the ... of the area of the PCB which is not occupied by circuit traces ... In multilayer PCBs, it is often a separate layer covering the entire board ...

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    Strange that so few ever come to the woods to see how the pine lives and grows and spires, lifting its evergreen arms to the light,—to see its perfect success; but most are content to behold it in the shape of many broad boards brought to market, and deem that its true success! But the pine is no more lumber than man is, and to be made into boards and houses is no more its true and highest use than the truest use of a man is to be cut down and made into manure.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    He is no mystic, either, more than Newton or Arkwright or Davy, and tolerates none. Not one obscure line, or half line, did he ever write. His meaning lies plain as the daylight.... It has the distinctness of picture to his mind, and he tells us only what he sees printed in largest English type upon the face of things.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Within the circuit of this plodding life
    There enter moments of an azure hue,
    Untarnished fair as is the violet
    Or anemone, when the spring strews them
    By some meandering rivulet, which make
    The best philosophy untrue that aims
    But to console man for his grievances.
    I have remembered when the winter came,
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)