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This article discusses the problems of managing high-density vias in an HDI PCB design, as well as offering some potential management solutions.
Impedance vs resistance? Is one more important for laying out your board? The answer is clearly explained in this blog.
Effectively using MTBF assessments can lead to increased design accuracy, cost-effectiveness, and reliability.
This article describes layout constraint management in PCB design, it’s importance, and some of the benefits that constraint management in layout will yield.
The Analog Transmission Range Sensor is a vital component that affects a vehicle’s overall functionality.
This article is your PDN design guide to some of the potential problems and their solutions when designing an effective power delivery network on your PCB.
The internet of things (IOT) is a maturing, but still fast growing market. The PC boards have become commoditized.
This article discusses the similarities and differences of auto-route versus auto-interactive routing and which type of routing would be best to use.
A look into S-parameter simulation, and discussion on how these parameters can help maintain signal integrity in RF circuits.
Why use SerDes? Simply put, it minimizes the number of input/output pins and connections without sacrificing performance. See here for further details.
When deciding to use SGMII vs. SerDes, you need to know what PCBA trace routing guidelines apply. In this blog, we tell you how and why.
This article talks about the importance of net management for power routing on a printed circuit board and some methods for doing so.
This article is about Vertical Conductive Structures (VeCS) and how they are used to benefit high-density routing in a printed circuit board design.
Is thermal paste needed for your board’s assembly can be determined by following the checklist we provide in this blog.
Although Verilog is an HDL, it is more of a hardware modeling language and thus more suited for verification than VHDL.
Heat sink CFD simulations give the aerodynamic profile of a system, which helps the designers address thermal problems through heat sink geometry optimization.
Changes in current flow and voltage are calculated and analyzed with the help of inductance equations.
This article discusses the types and applications of vias in printed circuit board design and how PCB design CAD tools can help you work with them.
The finite-difference time-domain method is a discrete approximation of Maxwell's equations that numerically solves in both time and 3-dimensional space.
Good PCBA design requires that you effectively use impedances in parallel to improve signal integrity and maximize power transfer. Let’s look at how.