Origin of PCB


The creator of PCB is Austrian Paul Eisler (Paul Eisler), in 1936, he first adopted PCB in the radio. In 1943, Americans 

mostly used this technology for military radios. In 1948, the United States officially approved this invention for 

commercial use. Since the mid-1950s, PCB has been widely used. PCB will appear in almost every electronic device. If 

there are electronic parts in a certain device, they are all mounted on PCBs of different sizes. The main function of PCB 

is to connect various electronic components to a predetermined circuit and play the role of relay transmission. It is the 

key electronic interconnection of electronic products and is known as the "mother of electronic products".
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