The PCB Design Magazine

PCBD-Aug2017

Issue link: http://iconnect007.uberflip.com/i/860275

Contents of this Issue

Navigation

Page 3 of 73

4 The PCB Design Magazine • August 2017 What does your company do when a board fails? When the board is designed, fabricated and as- sembled by three different entities, not to mention shipped by a fourth, figuring out what went wrong can be difficult, not to mention time-consuming. This month, we're approaching this question from the point of view of the PCB designers and de- sign engineers, because they tend to bear the brunt of the blame when a PCB starts smoking. Whose Fault is It? Whose Fault is That Bad Board? by Gaudentiu Varzaru Enough Blame to Go Around by Scott Decker, CID+ Fault-Finding: It's All About Prevention, not Blame by Kelly Dack, CID+ FEATURE COLUMN It Really Wasn't My Fault! by Tim Haag 12 20 26 34 12 26 34 20 August 2017 Featured Content

Articles in this issue

Archives of this issue

view archives of The PCB Design Magazine - PCBD-Aug2017