Any modern electronic device's printed circuit board (PCB) is one of its most important components. First and foremost, it is designed to mechanically secure and electrically connect the components of the electronic device's electrical circuits. The printed circuit board is a dielectric material plate with electrical circuits produced on its surface and volume (in most situations, but it is also possible to employ structures on an aluminum substrate to optimise heat dissipation).
Printed circuit board design is a combination of mechanical and electrical engineering. Electrical components are connected by conductive circuits throughout the construction of the printed circuit board, although the process of connecting the components is one of the most recent stages of the board design and is commonly referred to as PCB tracing.
At Aptus, we use Altium for PCB design using our proven libraries which allow us to produce high-quality PCB's.