How to deal with moisture sensitive components in PCB design involves the moisture sensitivity of plastic integrated circuits (ICs), which is getting worse and worse, due to many industrial trends, including the use of support for critical communications and The constant search for higher reliability products for technical applications. The failure rate of a moisture-sensitive device (MSD) alone is already at an unacceptable level, coupled with the ever-changing packaging technology. Shorter development cycles, shrinking sizes, new materials and larger chips are causing a rapid increase in the number of MSDs and a higher level of moisture/reflow sensitivity. Finally, the growth in the use of area-arranged packages such as BGA and CSP has also had a major impact. This is because these components tend to be packaged in tape-and-reel systems, each having a large number of components. When compared to the pin components in the IC tray, the key issue is that the exposure to moisture is longer.
In the low-power RF PCB design, the standard FR4 material is used (good insulation properties, uniform material, dielectric constant ε = 4, 10%).
PowerPCB enables users to achieve high-quality design and vividly reflects all aspects of the electronics design industry. Its constraint-driven design approach reduces product completion time. You can define safety spacing, routing rules, and design rules for high-speed circuits for each signal, and apply these plans hierarchically to the board, to each layer, to each type of network, to each network, to each group. On the network, each pin is placed to ensure the correctness of the layout design. It includes a wide range of features including clustering tools, dynamic routing editing, dynamic electrical performance checks, automatic dimensioning and powerful CAM output capabilities. It also has the ability to integrate third-party software tools such as the SPECCTRA router.
The anti-jamming measures that are not common in some literatures are detailed below. Considering the practical application, especially in the trial production of products, double panels are still widely used. The following contents are mainly for double panels.
Reasonable layout of components is the basic premise for designing high quality PCB drawings. The requirements for component layout mainly include installation, stress, heat, signal and aesthetic requirements.