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Hack-Attack — PCB Design Ideas to Foil Potential Hackers

Hackers stay up at night to get better at their job, which is breaking device security on your latest electronic design.  Electrical engineers and computer scientists need a similar work-ethic to harden their assemblies against bad-actors. Over the next two posts we will cover embedded security to help educate our customers about privacy, security, and […]

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Copper Trace and Space: Three Factors to Consider

When it comes to creating printed circuit boards, engineers often guestimate various aspects of their design. One such design metric is known colloquially as Trace and Space. Trace refers to the width of a particular copper track, and Space refers to the width of the gap between two adjacent pieces of copper. The trace and space are […]

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The Reverse Polarity Protection Diode

Incorrectly attaching the power supply leads to a design can instantly ruin countless hours of hard work. Learn how to use Diodes in your designs to keep mistakes from ruining your PCBs!

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New Website Makes Ordering PCBs Faster

Design Engineers Will Now Find It Even Easier to Get PCBs Manufactured from Royal Circuits July 17, 2019 – Royal Circuit Solutions, a global manufacturer of quick-turn printed circuit boards, today announced the launch of its newly redesigned website, https://www.royalcircuits.com. The redesigned site embodies the company’s forward-thinking vision by making it simple and easy for […]

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Sculptured Flex Printed Circuit Boards

Sculptured Flex technology is a modification of the basic flexible printed circuit board technology, wherebyunsupported copper traces protrude beyond the edge of the board and act as replacement for the male pins of a connector. The copper traces are of variable thickness, being thicker and sturdier in areas that will act as the connector part, while the rest of […]

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Why Impedance Matters, and How You Can Control It

A circuit operating at high frequencies exhibits opposition or impedance to flow of electric current from the combination of resistance, inductance, and capacitance present in it, when an alternating voltage is impressed across the circuit. This impedance is made up of a complex sum of the circuit’s DC resistance and its reactance. While the DC […]

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Why Designers Should Care About Quality Silkscreen

When designing PCBs, engineers usually assign a model number, a version number, and the version release date. Not only does this help identify a particular PCB for a specific product, the numbering system also helps with traceability as required by ISO and IPC standards. PCB manufacturers print the details on the PCB surface using a […]

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Royal Circuits Appoints Victor Hemingway as COO

Royal Circuit Solutions Announces Appointment of Victor Hemingway as Chief Operating Officer Mr. Hemingway Brings More Than 40 Years of Industry Experience Successfully Helping Manufacturers Deliver High Quality Products and Services Hollister, CA (March 28, 2019) – Royal Circuits, a global manufacturer of high technology printed circuit boards, today announced Victor Hemingway has joined the […]

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Royal Circuits Expands Flex Capabilitities

Royal Circuits, a global manufacturer of high technology printed circuit boards, has completed the expansion of its flex division into a brand new, state of the art facility. Royal Circuits acquired the facility and completed a build-to-suit building improvement, which will allow a doubling of capacity as Royal Circuits expands its customer base and services for […]

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Viewpoint 2019

At Royal Circuit Solutions, our mission is to deliver beautiful boards fast! We do this by constantly investing in specific equipment and enabling software that enhances the customer experience starting with quoting and engineering, through DFM and production, and even down to the best shipping option. Royal Circuits has a full research and development lab […]

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DC vs. Pulse Plating for Beginners

Why is Pulse Plating Better? Manufacturers have traditionally used acid copper for direct current electroplating of copper tracks, vias, and through-holes on their Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs) with copper. Although direct current electroplating offers high leveling and bright covering power, this method suffers from poor throwing power. With PCBs increasing in density and complexity such […]

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