The creators of printed circuit board is Austrian Eisler Paul, in 1936. He first uses a printed circuit board on the radio. In 1943, the Americans use this technology in military radio. In 1948, the United States officially recognized the invention can be used for commercial purposes. Since in the middle of 1950 to the 20th century, printed circuit board began to be widely used.
Before the advent of the PCB, the interconnection between the electronic components is done by cable direct connection. Today, the board is only used in laboratory tests, printed circuit board occupies the absolute control position in the electronic industry.