Header and Body 2

Problem Addressed

Printed circuit board (PCB) geometries include a top and bottom surface on which signal traces are patterned and components may be affixed. In a multilayer PCB additional layers are in-between for carrying signals from one point to another. These signals begin on one layer and move to another through traces and vias (conductive pathways for signal transmission). Due to current limitations, signals may emit EM radiation to the interior layers causing signal interference.