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  • Beckhoff Automation: Ultra-Compact Industrial PC

    Beckhoff Automation: Ultra-Compact Industrial PC

    Read how Beckhoff Automation was able to meet the challenges of designing an ultra-compact industrial PC from scratch and save time.

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  • Drain Efficiency vs. Power-added Efficiency (PAE) and the Efficiency Assessment of RF Devices

    Drain Efficiency vs. Power-added Efficiency (PAE) and the Efficiency Assessment of RF Devices

    Drain efficiency vs. Power-added efficiency(PAE), both have their merits, but PAE provides a more comprehensive view of a devices efficiency.

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  • PCB Design and Risk Benefit Analysis in Component Placement

    PCB Design and Risk Benefit Analysis in Component Placement

    A good component placement can make or break your PCB design. See here how using your design tools for a risk benefit analysis in component placement can help.

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  • Analog vs. Digital Amplitude Demodulation

    Analog vs. Digital Amplitude Demodulation

    Information is retrieved from an AM signal with an amplitude demodulation circuit. Here’s what you need to know about the different types of AM-wave demodulators.

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  • Digital Data to Analog Signal: Communication Methods and Design Tips

    Digital Data to Analog Signal: Communication Methods and Design Tips

    When considering converting digital data to analog signals, you’ll need to understand the effect this process has on the rest of your circuit board design.

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  • Transient Voltage Suppressors in Circuit Design

    Transient Voltage Suppressors in Circuit Design

    Transient voltage suppressors offer inductive load and ESD protection as well in your circuit design and are invaluable for human-facing electronic devices.

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  • PCB Design to Ensure Mechanical Reliability

    PCB Design to Ensure Mechanical Reliability

    As important as your board’s operation is its mechanical reliability. Read this blog to see how to design to guard against PCB failure.

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  • Component Reliability Engineer: The Guidelines and Responsibilities

    Component Reliability Engineer: The Guidelines and Responsibilities

    To better understand the responsibilities of being a component reliability engineer, here are some guidelines and other information on what you can expect.

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  • Types of Oscillator Circuits for Sinusoidal Wave Generation

    Types of Oscillator Circuits for Sinusoidal Wave Generation

    Here are some different types of oscillator circuits you can easily add to your PCB.

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  • What Causes Power Bus Ringing in My PDN?

    What Causes Power Bus Ringing in My PDN?

    If power bus ringing is ruining signal integrity, then you need to reduce your power bus impedance as much as possible.

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  • The Benefits of Electronic Component Cost Volume Analysis in PCB Design

    The Benefits of Electronic Component Cost Volume Analysis in PCB Design

    Choosing the best priced components to use on your circuit board can save you a lot of money as long as you look to component cost volume analysis first.

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  • What is a Cavity Resonator and How is One Used in PCB Design

    What is a Cavity Resonator and How is One Used in PCB Design

    The cavity resonator offers superior frequency filtering capabilities for precise frequency design applications.

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  • Peak Differential Output Voltages: Differential Signaling, Techniques, and Output Voltages

    Peak Differential Output Voltages: Differential Signaling, Techniques, and Output Voltages

    The use of differential output voltages is an essential aspect of noise immunity designs.

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  • The Types and Advantages of Using EM Simulation in PCB Design

    The Types and Advantages of Using EM Simulation in PCB Design

    The use of EM simulation reduces manufacturing cost, increases functionality, and product reliability.

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  • The Importance of the Q Point of a Diode to Circuit Functionality

    The Importance of the Q Point of a Diode to Circuit Functionality

    The Q point of a diode is critical to overall circuit functionality and performance.

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  • Electronic Component Vulnerability Assessment in PCB Design

    Electronic Component Vulnerability Assessment in PCB Design

    Choosing the wrong component can cause serious problems for your PCB. Here are some considerations in order to mitigate electronic component vulnerability risks.

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  • Designing PCBs to Avoid Electrical Shock Fatigue

    Designing PCBs to Avoid Electrical Shock Fatigue

    Electrical shock fatigue can cut the lifecycle of your board short. In this blog, we tell you how to avoid this outcome.

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  • How IR LED Voltage Drop Effects LED Performance and Life Cycle

    How IR LED Voltage Drop Effects LED Performance and Life Cycle

    Infrared LEDs are quite tolerant of the variations in applied power, but their voltage drops must be considered when designing your PCBs.

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  • The Effects of Plane Current Density on PCB Design and Functionality

    The Effects of Plane Current Density on PCB Design and Functionality

    The importance of plane current density is equal to the significance of the overall design itself.

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  • What is Jitter Tolerance and its Effects on Signal Integrity

    What is Jitter Tolerance and its Effects on Signal Integrity

    Jitter tolerance levels must be adhered to or risk detriment to a PCB’s signal integrity.

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