Troubleshooting Interconnect Defects

Learn how interconnect defects (ICDs) can impact printed circuit board (PCB) quality and performance and how to incorporate best practices to avoid them. Part 1 of this two-part series describes the two types of ICDs—debris type and separation type; the locations on PCBs where they occur and the problems they can cause. Included are detailed pictorial representations of both types of ICDs.

01 April 2015

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