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Single-ended vias

Vias (vertical interconnect access) are an essential part of a multilayered PCB (printed circuit board) design. Vias make an electrical connection between the different layers of a PCB. These are constructed by placing copper pads on each layer of the PCB and drilling a hole through them. The inner part of the via, is filled with a non-conductive material, and the outer layer are coated with a conductive plating used to connect each layer in the PCB.


viaSingleEndedCreate single ended via in PCB stack (Since R2023a)


showDisplay PCB component structure or PCB shape (Since R2021b)
shapesExtract all metal layer shapes of PCB component (Since R2021b)