Besides, not to many other metals have affinity for solder. You would
be restircted to metals such as tin or zinc which have lower
conductivities than copper.
--- Philip Gantt <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Has anyone considered that if a more resistive
> material (other than copper) were used for PCB
> laminates, the inherent resistance of the conductors
> would slow the edge rates and also reduce EMI? This
> might eliminate the need for
> external resistors as well. Just a thought...
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