We help in developing PCB specific to your technological requirements. We also provide an in-depth analysis of your device’s requirements to ensure your product has the support necessary to excel in the competitive tech market. We have access to all of the latest software and are well-versed in the best design strategies.Here’s a quick overview of the process we follow:
Step 1 : Designing the Schematic
The process cycle starts with creating the schematic. A schematic is a crucial step before designing the board itself and should never be overlooked. A schematic is like a roadmap for a circuit, containing a series of symbols that represent aspects of the circuit: switches, resistors, diodes, nodes, and more. This is also helpful later on for troubleshooting any issues with your PCB.
Step 2: Using an ECAD Software to lay the Board Design
After the circuit design is captured in a schematic, it’s translated into an electronic design automation (EDA) software package like Altium Designer or Eagle. The design has to be exported into an industry standard format (e.g., the Gerber format, the default “language” used to describe PCB components). The resulting file acts as a set of instructions for the production phase of a PCB.
Step 3: Printing, Fabrication & Assembly
Once the Gerber or CAD file is ready, we manufacture your PCB. The dimensions of the PCB—along with how many layers it will be—are decided, and all of the components are positioned, ground, and laid out, and signal traces dictated by the Gerber file.
Step 4: Functionality Testing the PCB
Finally, white-box testing will make sure your PCB is structured properly once it’s been fabricated. The goal here is to test every possible output to ensure the PCB is functioning as the designer intended it to. Compared with black box testing, which only tests inputs and outputs without looking at the specifics, white box testing focuses on the each possible pathway of the PCB to make sure there are no failures.