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Design Techniques for EMC Part 5: PCB design and layout
This is the fifth in a series of six articles on best-practice EMC and signal integrity techniques in electrical/electronic/mechanical hardware design. The series is intended for designers of electronic products, from building-block units such as power supplies, single-board computers, and ‘industrial components’ such as PLCs and motor drives, through to stand-alone or networked products such as computers, audio/video/TV, appliances, instrumentation and control, etc.
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