High Speed Design and Analysis

  •  CPLD vs. FPGA: Which Do You Need For Your Digital System?

    CPLD vs. FPGA: Which Do You Need For Your Digital System?

    With the popularity of NAND and NOR gates, it can be easy to overlook the capabilities of CPLD vs FPGA when looking to satisfy the needs of your digital system.

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  •  EMI and Safety: Hazards, Risks, and Designing to Avoid Them

    EMI and Safety: Hazards, Risks, and Designing to Avoid Them

    Understand the impact of EMI on circuit reliability and critical safety applications.

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  • PCB Design Techniques to Reduce Ground Bounce in Signal Integrity

    PCB Design Techniques to Reduce Ground Bounce in Signal Integrity

    Switching noise can cause problems in your PCB design. Here are some suggestions for how you can reduce ground bounce in signal integrity on your next design.

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  • How Current Density In PCB Trace Can Affect Functionality

    How Current Density In PCB Trace Can Affect Functionality

    Current density PCB traces can accumulate can affect the overall health of your design as well as subject your device to errors like overcooking and shortages.

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  • Achieving PCI-e Compliance: Getting It Right the First Time

    Achieving PCI-e Compliance: Getting It Right the First Time

    The PCI-e protocol is complex and to meet PCI-e compliance for the electrical category of the Physical Layer, several tests must be run encompassing several categories.

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  • Working with High Speed and RF PCB Trace Lengths in Your Design

    Working with High Speed and RF PCB Trace Lengths in Your Design

    Here are some PCB routing best practices to use when working with high speed and RF PCB trace lengths in your design to avoid signal integrity problems.

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  • RDL Routing, the Beginning of High Speed PCB Design

    RDL Routing, the Beginning of High Speed PCB Design

    As IC components on circuit boards become more complex, the RDL routing within the chips needs to evolve as well. Here’s what PCB designers should know.

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  • Differential Pair Signal Analysis: Clarifying Signals and Routing

    Differential Pair Signal Analysis: Clarifying Signals and Routing

    Design teams can eliminate EMI and noise with carefully differential routing and analysis of differential signals.

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  • How To Eliminate Crosstalk In Your High-speed PCB Design

    How To Eliminate Crosstalk In Your High-speed PCB Design

    Learn how to eliminate unwanted interference in your PCB design.

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  • How to Prevent Clock Skew in PCB Design

    How to Prevent Clock Skew in PCB Design

    Clock skew involves data signals being improperly sent and received. Preventing clock skew is important for your device working properly.

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  • How the Total Etch Length Tool Makes Routing Differential Pairs Easier

    How the Total Etch Length Tool Makes Routing Differential Pairs Easier

    Find out how to keep your differential pair trace lengths equal with OrCAD’s Total Etch Length feature.

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  • Just How Wide Should a PCB 50 Ohm Trace Width Be?

    Just How Wide Should a PCB 50 Ohm Trace Width Be?

    A critical step in high-speed PCB design is controlled impedance trace routing. To get this right, you need to know how wide a PCB 50 ohm trace width should be.

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  • PCB Design for Pulse Width Modulation Applications

    PCB Design for Pulse Width Modulation Applications

    From motors to servo control systems, there are plenty of pulse width modulation applications to consider for your next PCB.

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  • How to Maximize Compliance for EMC in PCB Design

    How to Maximize Compliance for EMC in PCB Design

    When considering how to maximize compliance for EMC in PCB design, maintain proper respect to current pathing, ground planes, and filters.

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  • Considerations When Selecting PCB Materials for High-Frequency Applications

    Considerations When Selecting PCB Materials for High-Frequency Applications

    FR-4 may not be the best choice for your high-speed design. Take a look at these considerations when selecting PCB materials for high-frequency applications.

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  • Tips for Routing BGA Packages that Won’t Leave You Puzzled

    Tips for Routing BGA Packages that Won’t Leave You Puzzled

    All the unrouted nets of a BGA on your printed circuit board design may look like a puzzle, but these tips on routing BGA packages should prove helpful.

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  • PCB Routing Topologies Demystified

    PCB Routing Topologies Demystified

    Take your PCB routing topologies to the next level

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  • Selecting and Placing High Power Connectors in Your PCB

    Selecting and Placing High Power Connectors in Your PCB

    If you’re attempting to place high power connectors on your PCB, you’ll have to take power matching into consideration as well as IR drop for your board functions.

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  • PCB Materials and Design Requirements for 5G Systems

    PCB Materials and Design Requirements for 5G Systems

    The era of 5G systems is upon us. You can prepare yourself with the right materials knowledge and design tools.

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  • Topology Planning and Routing Guidelines for Your Next PCB Layout

    Topology Planning and Routing Guidelines for Your Next PCB Layout

    Creating a successful printed circuit board design means careful topology planning and routing of sensitive traces. Here are some guidelines that can help.

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