PCB (Printed Circuit Board) is a thin board used to hold and electrically connect the electronic components using etched copper pathways.They are found in almost all of the commercial electronic products as a packaging medium as building blocks.
PCBs are a composite of organic and/or inorganic dielectric materials with many layers with wiring interconnects and also house components like inductors and capacitors. There isn’t any standard printing board as such and each board is unique, often a function of the product itself. There are industry standards for almost every aspect of PCB design, controlled by IPC (Association Connecting Electronics Industries).
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