double-sided board

double-sided board

[¦dəb·əl ‚sīd·əd ′bȯrd]
(electronics)
A printed wiring board that contains circuitry on both external layers.
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One person had a solution to any arguments over which town should triumph - a double-sided board, one side for Huddersfield and the other for Halifax.
With a slogan of “New Ways To Play The Classics,” the Gametasia double-sided board and rules book offer “Eight Great Games,” contests of skill for the intellectually challenged, as well as games of chance for players who wish to keep their game experience simple.
A double-sided board has a component side, a solder side, top and bottom sides, a solder mask, and legend silk screens.
Submarining" is a term used to describe the difficulties encountered when a double-sided board with inadequate support is put through wave solder.
This shows how difficult it is to design a double-sided board without overlapping solder joints.
Breakdown of Taiwanese PCB technology distribution for 2002 and 2004 CATEGORY 2002 2004 Single-sided board 3% 2% Double-sided board 8% 7% Multilayer board 68% 57% Flex 8% 15% IC substrate 13% 19% Source: TPCA and NTI
2) SSB includes silver-paste screened double-sided board made of FR-1, CEM-1,3.
The Phase III PWB is a 20-layer, double-sided board populated with 1,750 components.
Previously, PCB fabricators would not even quote a double-sided board design over 3 oz.
In recent years, PCB products transitioned from single- and double-sided board to multilayer boards.

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