single-sided board

single-sided board

[‚siŋ·gəl ‚sīd·əd ′bȯrd]
(electronics)
A printed wiring board that contains all of the interconnect material on one of the external layers.
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The test board is a single-sided board with all the SMA (subminiature version A) connectors located on the top layer (TABLE 2).
Hitachi Chemical moved its single-sided board production to Indonesia and merged with Kyosha.
The pad dimensions on a single-sided board are often larger than those on a PCB with PTHs in order to provide sufficient adhesive strength between the base material and copper cladding to which joints are soldered.
The circuit is low-cost, requiring only a simple single-sided board and 25 components.
Revenues and operating results for fiscal 2006 and first quarter fiscal 2007 have been adjusted to reflect the income statement reclassification of two single-sided board facilities that commencing in the second quarter are now classified as discontinued operations.
Turkey seems to have cornered the local market on TV manufacturing, with three single-sided board makers of decent size.
Staccato's Ripcord is the only single-chip, all-CMOS solution and that enables a single-sided board design with very few external components required.
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
The unparalleled metric of 700 Watts-per-cubic-inch or 80 Watts-per-square inch of single-sided board area makes the EN5360 the world leader in power density for DC-to-DC converters.
Mexico once boasted of making more than 30 million TVs, but the manufacture of small sets has shifted to China, stagnating its single-sided board market.
FPCs include single-sided boards (single-layer circuits), double-sided boards (two layers of circuits with insulating film in between), or multilayer boards (three or more layers of circuits) (FIGURE 1).

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