What is fiber weave effect on high speed traces?
The performance of differential transmission traces is dependent upon the underlying material properties of the laminates used [1–7]. At high edge rates, especially transmission rates exceeding 25 Gbps, the impact of the fiber weave effect on high-speed signal transmission becomes non-negligible.
What is weave in PCB?
PCB laminates are composed of a fiber weave structure, where a glass fabric is encased in a resin. Although the glass weave pattern repeats throughout the laminate, the material is actually inhomogeneous throughout the substrate.
What is weaving used for?
Weaving is a type of fabric construction where two sets of threads, the warp and the weft, interlace at right angles to create cloth suitable for a variety of functions. Weaving is done on a loom, which holds the warp threads under tension allowing them to be intersected by the weft.
Which knitting fabric has curly?
Because the yarn holding rows together is all on the front, and the yarn holding side-by-side stitches together is all on the back, stockinette fabric has a strong tendency to curl toward the front on the top and bottom, and toward the back on the left and right side.