A wire that is printed on a PCB. A trace is actually etched on the circuit board by an industrial process (i.e. a metal coating is applied to a plastic base. A protective coating is printed onto the metal, representing the wiring diagram. Acid is used to remove the part of the metal which does not have the protective coating, leaving a wiring diagram made out of metal on the plastic base).
A short length of wire with fasteners used with wire ladders.
A path of conductive material such as copper, silver, or gold, on the surface of or sandwiched inside a PCB, printed circuit board. Individually, these traces are often refered to as a "run." Traces carry electrical signals from one electronic component to another, with minimal use of space. In other words, traces are all the small lines you see on a PCB (printed circuit board).
A path of electrically conductive material such as copper, silver, or gold on the surface of or sandwiched between layers inside a PCB, (Printed Circuit Board). Traces carry electrical signals from one electronic component to another using as little space as possible. In other words, traces are all the small lines you see on a PCB such as a XBOX motherboard. These are delicate so please be very careful with them.
TRACE (Timing Reporter and Circuit Evaluator) is a program you can run within EPIC that provides static timing analysis of the physical design based on input timing constraints.
A wire or electronic pathway on a circuit board.
a layout or wiring of an electrical connection.
Circuit or fortified perimeter, also known as the enceinte.
A line or "wire" of conductive material such as copper, silver, or gold on the surface of or sandwiched inside a printed circuit board.
A conducting path on a printed circuit board.
Wire on a printed circuit board that provides a connection.