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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However, these calculations work best when no overlapping features are obscuring the QFN, such as if it were on a single-sided board. The reality, as seen in Figure 1, is you are usually not so lucky!
The test board is a single-sided board with all the SMA (subminiature version A) connectors located on the top layer (TABLE 2).
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Turkey seems to have cornered the local market on TV manufacturing, with three single-sided board makers of decent size.
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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.
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