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  • What is Signal to Noise Ratio and How to calculate it?

    What is Signal to Noise Ratio and How to calculate it?

    The signal-to-noise ratio is the ratio between the desired information or the power of a signal and the undesired signal or the power of the background noise.

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  • What is a PIC Microcontroller: The Harvard Architecture

    What is a PIC Microcontroller: The Harvard Architecture

    A PIC Microcontroller was originally the peripheral interface controller, however, now has been expanded in its utility to programmable intelligent computer.

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  • What is an MCU and How do Microcontroller Units Work

    What is an MCU and How do Microcontroller Units Work

    An MCU, or microcontroller unit, is a semiconductor Ic working with communication protocols, memory, and other system processes.

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  • RF Oscillator Circuits: Design and Layout with ICs

    RF Oscillator Circuits: Design and Layout with ICs

    Here are some simple circuits that can be designed up to GHz RF oscillators and how to include these oscillator circuits in your PCB layout.

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  • Design for Low PCB Thermal Resistance

    Design for Low PCB Thermal Resistance

    Here are some ways you can design your board with low PCB thermal resistance as part of a larger heat management strategy.

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  • Structural Return Loss in High Frequency and High Speed Systems

    Structural Return Loss in High Frequency and High Speed Systems

    If you’re working at high frequencies, then you might encounter structural return loss. Here’s how to avoid designing return loss dominated channels.

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  • PLL vs. DLL for Clock Synchronization and Skew Compensation

    PLL vs. DLL for Clock Synchronization and Skew Compensation

    Here’s how you can use PLL vs. DLL circuits for clock synchronization and skew compensation.

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  • Time Domain Analysis vs Frequency Domain Analysis: A Guide and Comparison

    Time Domain Analysis vs Frequency Domain Analysis: A Guide and Comparison

    The use of both time domain and frequency domain analysis techniques yield the most useful insight into your design requirement needs.

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  • VCO vs. NCO: Which Synthesizer Should You Use?

    VCO vs. NCO: Which Synthesizer Should You Use?

    The simulation tools in PSpice can help you choose between a VCO vs. NCO for your synthesizer, PLL, or coherent detector.

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  • Difference Between Microprocessor and Microcontroller: Pin Count and Processing Power

    Difference Between Microprocessor and Microcontroller: Pin Count and Processing Power

    The difference between microprocessors and microcontrollers is between processing speed demands and data rates for applications.

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  • SerDes Design: High Speed Electronic Challenges

    SerDes Design: High Speed Electronic Challenges

    The challenges facing designers using SerDes is continuously increasing in difficulty due to data and speed demands.

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  • The PCB Ground Plane and How it is Used in Your Design

    The PCB Ground Plane and How it is Used in Your Design

    Like the foundation of a house, the PCB ground plane must be designed correctly to make sure that the circuit board will operate smoothly without failures.

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  • Power Amplifier Oscillation: Parasitics and Effects on Amplifiers

    Power Amplifier Oscillation: Parasitics and Effects on Amplifiers

    Parasitic Oscillation in power amplifiers reduce functionality and amplifier performance.

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  • High Performance PCB Systems Design and Analysis Guide

    High Performance PCB Systems Design and Analysis Guide

    High performance PCB systems design requires ensuring signal and power integrity throughout your board and advanced routing techniques.

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  • Wireless Sensor Networks in Agriculture

    Wireless Sensor Networks in Agriculture

    Wireless sensor networks in agriculture are rapidly changing the optimizable ways of integrating devices into historical traditions of farming.

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  • Finite Element Method (FEM) vs. Finite Volume Method (FVM) in Field Solvers for Electronics

    Finite Element Method (FEM) vs. Finite Volume Method (FVM) in Field Solvers for Electronics

    One of the biggest differences between the FEM and the FVM, is the ease of implementation.

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  • High-Speed Serializer/Deserializers: Implementations and Chip Solutions

    High-Speed Serializer/Deserializers: Implementations and Chip Solutions

    The ever-growing demand for increased speed and volumes of data make the Serializer/Deserializer an invaluable electronic device.

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  • Do You Need A Differential Pair Reference Plane

    Do You Need A Differential Pair Reference Plane

    Managing ground returns in differential pair circuits may require a reference plane. Consider your designs with the following knowledge.

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  • RF Switch Circuits: Applications and Functions in Today's Electronics

    RF Switch Circuits: Applications and Functions in Today's Electronics

    RF switch circuits are becoming more critical to the design process in the field of wireless technology.

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  • FPGA vs. ASIC: Differences and Choosing Best for Your Business

    FPGA vs. ASIC: Differences and Choosing Best for Your Business

    The fundamental differences between FPGA and ASIC is programmability, per unit cost, and versatility.

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