What to Know About Electronic Cable & Harness Assembly
When it comes to making a custom electronic cable and harness assembly, the little details matter....
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Whether it's lightning-quick communication between parties in the same office complex, or timely communication to partners overseas, we all rely on the instantaneous transfer of information.
Having the right electronics for your information systems is crucial to ensuring the system works correctly.
The best telecommunications products start with the right design. Having an engineering design partner who understands the mechanical, hardware, and software aspects of your design will ensure that your end product is up to par.
A printed circuit board (PCB) is the backbone of your telecommunications design. Plan out the layer count, the thermal considerations, as well as the connections (Ethernet, USB2, etc.) before you start assembly.
Having IPC-certified designers can ensure that your PCB meets both design requirements and electronics manufacturing standards.
Consider the mechanical aspects of your design just as much as the electronic ones.
Having an appropriate enclosure for your PCB will help keep it safe and operational.
Will your enclosure be:
Is your circuit design analog or digital? Will it require power and RF integration? These are just a few of the questions that pop up in the hardware design stage, accompanied by considerations of high-speed connections, DC/DC power conversion, and high-level system architecture.
Make sure your hardware design team can collaborate with in-house manufacturing and software developers or provide documentation for third-party integrators
The mechanical and hardware designs are only part of the telecommunications electronics production process.
Software is the beating heart of your design, so pairing it with skilled software design services will extend its longevity.
Skilled engineering teams should be able to provide applications that involve: