From: Gaines, William ([email protected])
Date: Thu Mar 16 2000 - 09:45:07 PST
for low values like this one method is to use put down a nickel layer under a copper layer. where you want a resistor up to about 1K you etch away the copper only. I saw this at a tour of Dynamic Details in Anaheim Ca.
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> Anyone out there has experience with printed resistors on the PCB surface (not Ohmega-Ply)? What
> is needed: resistors only on the surface of the PCB, resistance value around 0.2 to 2 ohms, size
> about 20mils x 20mils, minimal (no) power requirement, +-20% tolerance. Anyone knows manufacturers
> for something like this with proven record, and with established design rules?
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