The Hitchhiker's Guide to PCB Design

The Hitchhiker's Guide to PCB Design

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16 I an readjusted the straps of the VR goggles and saw only darkness from behind the goggles until he heard a soft beep. "Welcome Ian," Ian heard several voices speak unanimously. Looking up, Ian could see seven other users seated around the table, including Old Bob and Otto the robot. Old Bob exclaimed to the users seated at the table, "This is the designer I've been telling you all about. His name is Ian and he is here to meet you and learn about your respective stakeholder requirements, so he can implement them into his next design." Like Ian, it is critical to understand communication with all stakeholders is an essential and important responsibility of the PCB Designer. Successful PCB design is not done in a vacuum; the role of an Electrical Engineer has evolved. A PCB design will only materialize successfully by a commitment from the EE/PCB designer to reach out and gather information from the PCB industry stakeholders; all of whom will be contributing their part to manufacturing the design and ensuring its overall success. Chapter 3 A Fresh Start: Introducing PCB Project Stakeholders

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