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  • Why Fiducial Marker Placement is Crucial For Automated Assembly of PCBs

    Why Fiducial Marker Placement is Crucial For Automated Assembly of PCBs

    Fiducial marker placement can make clear placement annotations in schematic and layout designs of your circuits.

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  • Failure of Ohm's Law and Circuit Analysis

    Failure of Ohm's Law and Circuit Analysis

    When can you observe the failure of Ohm’s law? Here’s how you can address nonlinearity in circuit analysis using a SPICE-based simulator.

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  • How Modern Electronics CAD Engineering is Redefining PCB Design

    How Modern Electronics CAD Engineering is Redefining PCB Design

    Electronic CAD engineering will enable and improve your designs consistently now and through the future.

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  • Creating PCB Shapes with EDA or CAD Tools

    Creating PCB Shapes with EDA or CAD Tools

    Creating PCB shapes encourages a smooth and clean schematic and layout process for any PCB designer.

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  • Constraints in DDR Routing: The Expansive Power of Limits

    Constraints in DDR Routing: The Expansive Power of Limits

    Constraints in DDR routing enable a designer to manage tricky layout considerations with ease.

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  • Engineering Design for Sustainability: Reduce Material Waste

    Engineering Design for Sustainability: Reduce Material Waste

    Engineering design for sustainability requires a keen eye for understanding the effects of material waste and power usage.

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  •  Types of Hardware Prototypes: Requirements and Validation

    Types of Hardware Prototypes: Requirements and Validation

    An understanding of the types of hardware prototypes can encourage your capacity to test circuits efficiently.

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  • DC Voltage Requirements for Electronic Devices on High-Speed PCBs

    DC Voltage Requirements for Electronic Devices on High-Speed PCBs

    The DC voltage requirements for electronic devices on high-speed boards present design challenges that are best overcome with design-analysis integration.

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  • What Types of Sensors Can I Use in My PCB?

    What Types of Sensors Can I Use in My PCB?

    Of all the types of sensors available, how do you choose the right sensor for your application? Learn more in this article.

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  • DDR Routing Techniques in Your PCB Design

    DDR Routing Techniques in Your PCB Design

    Advance memory routing can throw new challenges at you. Before getting tangled up in a confusing mess of traces, take a look at these DDR routing techniques.

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  • Understanding the Different PCB Layer Configurations for Microstrip vs Stripline

    Understanding the Different PCB Layer Configurations for Microstrip vs Stripline

    Knowing the differences between microstrip vs stripline routing methodologies will help you to set up your board for the best high speed routing configurations.

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  • Load Pull Analysis in Large-Signal Network Analysis

    Load Pull Analysis in Large-Signal Network Analysis

    Designing interconnects for an RF system with nonlinear devices? Load pull analysis can help you design your cascaded N-port network.

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  • Types of pH Sensors: Simulation and Design

    Types of pH Sensors: Simulation and Design

    Types of pH sensors include a spectrum of applications. It’s more important to know the sensitivity ranges you’d like to be testing for with your sensor.

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  • Tips for Optimal High Speed SPI Layout Routing

    Tips for Optimal High Speed SPI Layout Routing

    High speed SPI layout routing helps achieve faster data transfer between microcontrollers and peripherals. Avoid suboptimal design with these tips.

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  • The PCB Design Grid: Friend or Foe?

    The PCB Design Grid: Friend or Foe?

    Using a PCB design grid can be a big help as you lay out a design in your CAD tools. Here are some tips on how this feature can make you more productive.

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  • USB PCB Routing Tips for Peak Reliability and Performance

    USB PCB Routing Tips for Peak Reliability and Performance

    USB routing tips will consider many traditional routing methods with a tighter focus on power supply and EMI in your USB.

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  • Guide on PCB Trace Length Matching vs Frequency

    Guide on PCB Trace Length Matching vs Frequency

    Understanding PCB trace length matching vs frequency means knowing at what point you can operate propagation delay within expected or necessary signal integrity.

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  • Manufacturability of HDI Boards: PCB Materials and Specifications

    Manufacturability of HDI Boards: PCB Materials and Specifications

    Manufacturability of HDI boards will want more carefully arranged documentation to ensure accuracy in manufacturing as well as proper layer stackup management.

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  • Energy in Inductors: Stored Energy and Operating Characteristics

    Energy in Inductors: Stored Energy and Operating Characteristics

    In order to know the energy in inductors, simulation and model parameters can go a long way to give your designs added security.

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  • Impedance Matching Between Ground Plane and Power Plane

    Impedance Matching Between Ground Plane and Power Plane

    Without impedance matching between ground plane and power plane, your board may yield interference and distortion.

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