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  • Applying Failure Oriented Accelerated Testing (FOAT) to Your PCB DFR

    Applying Failure Oriented Accelerated Testing (FOAT) to Your PCB DFR

    Is physical testing for reliability really necessary? In this blog, we show how to use failure oriented accelerated testing (FOAT) and save unnecessary time and costs.

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  • Managing Grids in PCB Design for Maximum Effect

    Managing Grids in PCB Design for Maximum Effect

    By learning the best tricks in managing grids in PCB design, you can help yourself to create cleaner schematics, and more efficiently organized PCB layouts.

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  • PDN: Gives Your Board Life

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  • What You Can Learn From a Frequency Sweep Test

    What You Can Learn From a Frequency Sweep Test

    You can learn plenty about your circuits from a frequency sweep test. Here’s when to use one and what you can learn about your system.

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  • Is a Rectifier a Non-Linear Device and What is the Process of Rectification?

    Is a Rectifier a Non-Linear Device and What is the Process of Rectification?

    A rectifier through the process of rectification converts AC into DC and affords the functionality of various devices.

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  •  PCB Component Placement Accuracy Needs for Various Assembly Types

    PCB Component Placement Accuracy Needs for Various Assembly Types

    Designing for PCB component placement accuracy requires an understanding of the assembly processes used.

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  • RF Design: The Wave of the Future

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  • Non-Linear Devices and Harmonics: Inspecting Effects on Power Systems

    Non-Linear Devices and Harmonics: Inspecting Effects on Power Systems

    Harmonics negatively affect both the non-linear device that produces them as well as other devices and services.

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  • Does Noise Margin in a CMOS Inverter Affect Performance?

    Does Noise Margin in a CMOS Inverter Affect Performance?

    Noise margins in CMOS inverters is a standard of design margins to establish proper circuit functionality under specific conditions.

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  • Multi-Board PCB Design Process Overview for Setting Up and Organizing Your Designs

    Multi-Board PCB Design Process Overview for Setting Up and Organizing Your Designs

    Today’s complex system designs are demanding a lot more from the PCB designer. Here is a multi-board PCB design process overview that is designed to help you.

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  • Lost in Transmission: Solving Common Issues in High-Speed Design

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  • PCB Via Placement in High-Speed Designs

    PCB Via Placement in High-Speed Designs

    Via placement in high-speed designs need careful consideration to ensure that the board performs as expected, and we have some ideas that can help you.

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  • How Current Loads Affect Signals

    How Current Loads Affect Signals

    See how current loads affect signals in the frequency domain and time domain using the analysis tools in PSpice.

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  • 3D PCB Design and Analysis: ECAD/MCAD and Where They Converge

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  • Nonlinear Multiphysics Modeling for Electronics and Thermal Management

    Nonlinear Multiphysics Modeling for Electronics and Thermal Management

    The real world is nonlinear. Here’s why you need a nonlinear multiphysics modeling simulation tool for advanced electronics.

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  • Who Do We Thank For the Computer Age?

    Who Do We Thank For the Computer Age?

    The pioneers of the modern age are well known, but they stand on the shoulders of giants

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  • Getting the Job - Printed Circuit Board Design as a Career

    Getting the Job - Printed Circuit Board Design as a Career

    A career in PCB design can be rewarding for the right person. There is room for pride but not for ego.

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  • Determining Heat Sink CFD Simulations and What to Examine

    Determining Heat Sink CFD Simulations and What to Examine

    What can you figure out with a heat sink CFD simulation? Here’s why you need one of these computational tools.

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  • PCB Design Starts With a Plan. This Is Not a Skippable Step

    PCB Design Starts With a Plan. This Is Not a Skippable Step

    Failing to plan is the same as planning to fail.

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  • Generating PCB Footprints for Your First Layout

    Generating PCB Footprints for Your First Layout

    A PCB is only as good as the underlying library. Your vendors want you to succeed so they provide the information you need.

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  • ADSL Noise Margin Values and Effects of Other Characteristic Parameters on Functionality

    ADSL Noise Margin Values and Effects of Other Characteristic Parameters on Functionality

    The effect of noise margin parameters is critical to the functionality of ADSL connectivity.

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  • Place and Route - the Art of PCB Design

    Place and Route - the Art of PCB Design

    PCB design hinges on a placement that allows clean routing. The two functions go hand in hand.

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  • The Education of a PCB Designer

    The Education of a PCB Designer

    PCB Layout is a skill that comes from learning and practicing. A career requires a never ending quest for knowledge.

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  • Engineering Circuit Analysis for Electronic Systems and Beyond

    Engineering Circuit Analysis for Electronic Systems and Beyond

    Utilizing engineering circuit analysis in your electronic design for hardware production ensures more reliable and efficient workflows.

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