Sunday, July 23rd

pcb layout servicesPCB Design and Layout services are available for customers interested in assistance with a printed circuit board project. We are uniquely qualified to deliver high quality PCB layout and circuit board design services, thanks to our 40+ years of experience manufacturing printed circuit boards.

Benefits to utilizing our circuit board design services include: accelerated development cycles, strict cost containment and ability to leverage the latest PCB design software.

General design capabilities include: high speed digital, analog and mixed signal, ultra-high density boards, package design, and RF.

Sample of markets served include: Automotive, Aerospace, Military, Telecom & Medical.

PCB Design Services

  • Schematic Capture
  • Component Footprint Capture
  • PCB Design
  • PCB Layout
  • Prototype Procurement

PCB Design Capabilities

  • 2 – 60+ Layers
  • Controlled Impedance
  • RF and Microwave Circuits
  • UL Certified Laminates
  • High Density Interconnects
  • Mixed Dielectrics
  • Controlled Depth Back Drill
  • Vias in Pad
  • Blind & Buried Vias
  • Epoxy and Conductive Fill
  • Bonded Heat Sinks
  • Metal Cores
  • Plated Edges & Cavities

Additional Experience

  • EMI Protection
  • High-speed Signal Design
  • Differential Impedance Control
  • Fine Pitch BGA Layout
  • High Current/Voltage Designs
  • Sensitive Analog Circuits
  • Design for Manufacturability
  • Design for Testability

Printed Circuit Board Design Software

  • Altium Designer
  • DipTrace
  • Cadence Allegro
  • Mentor Graphics PADS
  • OrCAD Capture

 

For more information about how Bay Area Circuits can help with your PCB design requirements, please send an email to design[at]bacircuits.com and tell us a bit about your project:

  1. Project Name?
  2. Overview of Project?
  3. What materials will you provide? (e.g., Block Diagram, Statement of Work, etc.)
  4. What would you like to have created/delivered (if you know)? (e.g., Gerber files, Bill of Materials, etc)
  5. Desired timeline for delivery of the project?

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