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Cadence PCB solutions is a complete front to back design tool to enable fast and efficient product creation. Cadence enables users accurately shorten design cycles to hand off to manufacturing through modern, IPC-2581 industry standard.

  • Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) vs DC Voltage and Voltage Control Circuits

    Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) vs DC Voltage and Voltage Control Circuits

    Pulse width modulation (PWM) vs DC voltage is a choice to be made regarding the voltage control of your circuit designs.

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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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  • Fr4 Maximum Temperature and Thermal Dissipation

    Fr4 Maximum Temperature and Thermal Dissipation

    Fr4 maximum temperature will determine impedance and other signal integrity standards to take into account for your circuit designs.

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  • Microvia Aspect Ratio in PCB Design

    Microvia Aspect Ratio in PCB Design

    Designing a high density printed circuit board may require the use of microvias, and understanding microvia aspect ratios will help you to know how to use them.

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  • MTBF, MTTR, MTTF, and FIT: Design Reliability Measures for Electronics

    MTBF, MTTR, MTTF, and FIT: Design Reliability Measures for Electronics

    MTBF, MTTR, MTTF, and FIT are measures for design reliability that engineers can use on their electronic devices.

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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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  • Insertion Loss vs. Return Loss: Signal Transmission and Reflection

    Insertion Loss vs. Return Loss: Signal Transmission and Reflection

    The combination of the measurement parameters insertion loss and return loss, provide an accurate assessment of efficiency and performance.

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  • Power Dissipated by a Resistor? Circuit Reliability and Calculation Examples

    Power Dissipated by a Resistor? Circuit Reliability and Calculation Examples

    The accurately calculating parameters like power dissipated by a resistor is critical to your overall circuit design.

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  • Frequency Mixer Circuits: Applications and Topology Types

    Frequency Mixer Circuits: Applications and Topology Types

    Frequency mixer circuits offers superior frequency manipulation capabilities for precise frequency design applications.

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  • Anti-aliasing Filter Design and Applications in Sampling

    Anti-aliasing Filter Design and Applications in Sampling

    Here’s how an anti-aliasing filter design helps prevent signal distortion during sampling and A/D conversion.

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  • Modeling a Relay with Diode for Surge Protection

    Modeling a Relay with Diode for Surge Protection

    The transient analysis tools in PSpice are ideal for modeling a relay with diode circuit.

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  • Through Hole Components in Your PCB Design

    Through Hole Components in Your PCB Design

    One of the keys to a successful PCB design is knowing when and where to use through hole components. Here is some information that can help you with that.

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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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  • Solder Reflow Ovens: Solder Paste and PCB Assembly

    Solder Reflow Ovens: Solder Paste and PCB Assembly

    Your printed circuit board design will probably be assembled using a solder reflow oven. Here is some information and design tips to help with this process.

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  • Photodiode Array vs. CCD: Which Is Best for Your Optical System?

    Photodiode Array vs. CCD: Which Is Best for Your Optical System?

    The differences between a photodiode array vs. CCD sensor are simpler than you might think.

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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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  • Sneak Circuit Analysis and SCA Indicators for Circuit Design

    Sneak Circuit Analysis and SCA Indicators for Circuit Design

    Sneak circuit analysis only emphasizes designed-in, unintended modes of operation that impact software, hardware, or combinations so that specific functions do not occur.

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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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  • Temperature Display Circuits and Sensor Technology

    Temperature Display Circuits and Sensor Technology

    Working with microcontrollers, a temperature display circuit is a simple and effective layout for any design engineer.

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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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