Nexlogic is a premier provider for all PCB Design, PCB Layout, PCB Fabrication, PCB Assembly, Contract Manufacturing and RoHS and Lead Free (Pb- Free) compliant services. Our customers rely on us to handle all the aspects of their printed circuit boards projects. Our treatment of their PCB design, layout, fabrication, assembly, & material management is driven by continuous market pressure to shorten time-to-market, enhance asset utilization, keep alongside with up-and-coming technologies, and master complex process technologies. Nexlogic's capabilities and services allow our customers to focus on their main competencies like research & development and sales & marketing.
We have a proven track record in the area of PCB design, and your toughest designs can be handled by our large team of in-house electrical engineers who are experts in Allegro (a Cadence tool) and PADS (a Mentor tool). With the bandwidth to work on your pcb designs around the clock (24 hours a day), Nexlogic is the first preference of engineers with time-critical designs. Our PCB capabilities, experience, and expertise effectively support our customers and their most complex designs and urgent deadlines. Our PCB Fabrication is also excellent; from models through manufacturing and from quick-turns through regular and scheduled delivers, your expectations are what we strive to exceed.
From prototype through production and quick-turns through standard and scheduled deliveries, let our highly competent domestic assembly operation handle all of your PCB Assembly Services. Nexlogic looks forward to serving you for all your PCB needs and RoHS and Lead Free (PB-Free) compliance projects.
NexLogic Tech, Inc. Postings
Jul 14, 2006 | Zulki Khan, president and founder, Nexlogic, Inc.
The perennial question in electronics design and manufacture is: "How do I design a printed circuit board (PCB) so that it can be properly tested?" To achieve this objective, there are a number of design-for-test (DFT) considerations and techniques. Some are major, others, minor. However, the total contributes to a highly effective PCB design so that testing procedures applied to a given design result in high 90 percent plus test coverage....