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Adjacent Effect of Electronic PCB Card Cloning

Adjacent Effect of Electronic PCB Card Cloning

Refers to the Adjacent Effect of electronic pcb card cloning, designer need to know its application on the PCB layout and signal route, to low down the impact from the noise against the system. Meanwhile, it is also important to clarify the noise source and the way to decrease the noise when electronic pcb card cloning, through which can help to minimize the noise in the whole circuit system.

First of all let’s introduce the definition of adjacent effect in the electronic pcb card cloning, it stands for the bilateral effect in the two adjacent conductors with opposite current flow direction, due to the adjacent effect on the circuit system, the conductors will always keep the closest distance especially in the high frequency current in the opposite side. And also due to the skin effect, the current in the alternative current will normally concentrate on the surface layer when cloning electronic pcb card.

When the two conductors are close to each other, and / or the signal frequency increasing to a level, adjacent effect will make the current which go through the circuits become closer. And the reason for adjacent effect generation is because the current will always find the route with minimum resistance to run after electronic pcb card cloning. So except other elements, the route with minimum resistance is in most case the one with minimum magnetic field.