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  • Thermal Cycling Resistance and PCB Failure

    Thermal Cycling Resistance and PCB Failure

    Thermal cycling resistance means you need to prevent conductors from fracturing as a board operates. Here’s how you can ensure reliability.

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  • CFD Simulation Types: Discretization, Approximation, and Algorithms

    CFD Simulation Types: Discretization, Approximation, and Algorithms

    CFD simulation types and algorithms are used for multiphysics problems involving heat transfer and fluid flow.

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  • Considerations for Signal Plane Stackups

    Considerations for Signal Plane Stackups

    Signal plane stackups will determine trace impedance, power integrity, and signal integrity. You’ll need to design the right stackup for your digital or analog system.

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  • Solid Freeform Fabrication Targeted PCB Design

    Solid Freeform Fabrication Targeted PCB Design

    Optimal solid freeform fabrication builds require that you assume an ECAD and MCAD design approach, which we explain in this blog

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  • Optimization Guide for PCB Routing Constraints

    Optimization Guide for PCB Routing Constraints

    Not using PCB routing constraints when laying out your printed circuit board can lead to all kinds of different signal integrity and manufacturing problems.

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  • What You Can Learn From a SPICE EMC Simulation

    What You Can Learn From a SPICE EMC Simulation

    Here are the top five PCB design guidelines for analog circuits that will help you in your mix-circuit PCB designs.

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  • VDC Output Power Supply: Types and Applications

    VDC Output Power Supply: Types and Applications

    In most cases, a VDC output power supply is a simple AC-to-DC converter that has a power supply voltage of 110 or 220 VAC, which it converts into VDC.

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  • Understanding PCB Via-In-Pad Design

    Understanding PCB Via-In-Pad Design

    Via-in-pad design is one of the best solutions for routing high-density PCB designs. Here is more information on what VIPs are and how they can be used.

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  • The Top 5 PCB Design Guidelines for Analog Circuits

    The Top 5 PCB Design Guidelines for Analog Circuits

    Here are the top five PCB design guidelines for analog circuits that will help you in your mix-circuit PCB designs.

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  • FMEA vs. FTA: An Analysis of Methods for Printed Circuit Board Assembly

    FMEA vs. FTA: An Analysis of Methods for Printed Circuit Board Assembly

    The use of FMEA and FTA analyses benefit a company throughout the design process, manufacturing process, and in-field use of their products.

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  • Using Net Classifications to Optimize Your PCB Layout

    Using Net Classifications to Optimize Your PCB Layout

    PCB layout net classifications can help organize your design and you keep track of all of your different routing rules and constraints.

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  • Does Your ECAD/MCAD Supplier Offer Seamless ECAD/MCAD Integration?

    Does Your ECAD/MCAD Supplier Offer Seamless ECAD/MCAD Integration?

    ECAD/MCAD suppliers can best support the design endeavors of customers by integrating these aspects of the design process into one seamless software solution.

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  • SPICE Model Parameters for Semiconductor Components

    SPICE Model Parameters for Semiconductor Components

    Here are the typical SPICE model parameters you’ll need to create components and subcircuits for your circuit simulations.

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  • Chemical Mechanical Polishing in VLSI and Other Semiconductor Technology

    Chemical Mechanical Polishing in VLSI and Other Semiconductor Technology

    Chemical mechanical polishing (CMP) in VLSI is a polishing process assisted by chemical reactions to remove surface materials.

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  • Relating VSWR to Return Loss in PCB Design

    Relating VSWR to Return Loss in PCB Design

    The relationship of VSWR to return loss is consistent and calculable. Learn about the nature of this relationship and what applications utilize the equation in your electronics designs.

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  • Implementing FMEA to Optimize PCBA Reliability

    Implementing FMEA to Optimize PCBA Reliability

    Failure mode and effects analysis (FMEA) is one of the best tools for optimizing PCBA reliability. Read this blog to see how to utilize it most effectively.

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  • Why Your CM’s PCB Design for Manufacturability Rules

    Why Your CM’s PCB Design for Manufacturability Rules

    When choosing the best PCB design for manufacturability rules you should look no further than your CM. Read this blog for why this is true.

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  • PCB Manhattan Routing Techniques

    PCB Manhattan Routing Techniques

    PCB Manhattan routing, what it is, and how it will affect the layout of your next printed circuit board design.

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  • How Rapid Prototyping & Tooling Has Changed The Electronics Design Landscape

    How Rapid Prototyping & Tooling Has Changed The Electronics Design Landscape

    Rapid prototyping tooling technology has made great strides in recent years with regard to a PCB designer’s design for manufacturing process.

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  • Managing Interconnect Density and Signal Noise

    Managing Interconnect Density and Signal Noise

    Dense interconnects are susceptible to signal noise if not designed correctly. Here’s how Sigrity helps with managing interconnect density.

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