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  • The Technology behind LG Signature OLED TV R9

    The Technology behind LG Signature OLED TV R9

    LG’s upcoming OLED TV R9 is the first rollable television set. Learn more about how it works.

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  • 4 Exciting Advances in Audio Headphone and Listening Technology

    4 Exciting Advances in Audio Headphone and Listening Technology

    Self-learning audio, bone conduction, and hybrid noise cancelling are a few of the technologies changing the headphones landscape.

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  • What Are Organic Photovoltaic Cells?

    What Are Organic Photovoltaic Cells?

    Solar cells are typically built from silicone, as the material is the most efficient for converting light into electricity, with a typical efficiency benchmark of around 22 percent.

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  • Electronic Tattoos and the Next Generation of 3D Printing Applications

    Electronic Tattoos and the Next Generation of 3D Printing Applications

    Lightweight, flexible electronic circuits can now be attached directly to the skin, with applications in healthcare, consumer electronics, and even gaming.

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  • Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, and Mixed Reality in Electronics Engineering Manufacturing

    Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, and Mixed Reality in Electronics Engineering Manufacturing

    Learn how VR, AR, and MR are reshaping the electronics engineering manufacturing process.

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  • How To Eliminate Crosstalk In Your High-speed PCB Design

    How To Eliminate Crosstalk In Your High-speed PCB Design

    Learn how to eliminate unwanted interference in your PCB design.

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  • A Brief Primer On the Different Types of PCB Vias

    A Brief Primer On the Different Types of PCB Vias

    Learn about the different types of vias, including through holes, blind vias, and buried vias.

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  • Multilayer PCB Design: HDI Stackup Demystified

    Multilayer PCB Design: HDI Stackup Demystified

    Enter the HDI stackup—a technology at the cutting edge of multilayer PCB design that promises to help PCB designers make smaller complex boards for years to come.

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  • Meet the Materials Inside a PCB Stack-up

    Meet the Materials Inside a PCB Stack-up

    The demand for smaller boards means designers need to pack more functionality into a smaller form factor. A multilayer stack-up is one of the first things...

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  • Cross Probing, Intertool Communication, and PCB Design

    Cross Probing, Intertool Communication, and PCB Design

    Part of your PCB design process can be described as bouncing back and forth between the schematic, which visually depicts the components and their connections as symbols in a circuit diagram, and...

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  • Power Supply in Schematic Capture and Circuit Simulation

    Power Supply in Schematic Capture and Circuit Simulation

    source: commons.wikipedia From robots to electric vehicles to data centers and IoT devices—the one thing every circuit has in common is the need for a power supply. Different circuits will have...

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  • Flat Schematics vs. Hierarchical Design

    Flat Schematics vs. Hierarchical Design

      Every PCB design starts with a circuit diagram (also known as a schematic)—a graphical representation of all the components and their connections within an electrical circuit. The process of...

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  • Flat Schematics vs. Hierarchical Design

    Flat Schematics vs. Hierarchical Design

    Every PCB design starts with a circuit diagram (also known as a schematic)—a graphical representation of all the components and their connections within an electrical circuit.

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  • Cross Probing, Intertool Communication, and PCB Design

    Cross Probing, Intertool Communication, and PCB Design

    Part of your PCB design process can be described as bouncing back and forth between the schematic, which visually depicts the components and their connections as symbols in a circuit...

    Read Article
  • Power Supply in Schematic Capture and Circuit Simulation

    Power Supply in Schematic Capture and Circuit Simulation

    From robots to electric vehicles to data centers and IoT devices—the one thing every circuit has in common is the need for a power supply. Different circuits will have...

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  • PSpice Simulation

    PSpice Simulation

    So you’ve created a circuit diagram with OrCAD Capture, you’ve already run a design rule check (DRC), and you’re ready to verify your circuit’s electrical performance. How do you do it? While...

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  • How Adding SPICE To Your EDA Workflow Makes Circuit Simulation Interactive

    How Adding SPICE To Your EDA Workflow Makes Circuit Simulation Interactive

    There’s no question that EDA (electronic design automation) tools have made PCB design easier and more accessible to the masses. We have schematic capture tools that allow you to whip up a...

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  • Why You Should Incorporate Real-Time Circuit Simulation Into Your EDA Workflow

    Why You Should Incorporate Real-Time Circuit Simulation Into Your EDA Workflow

    It’s hard to imagine PCB design without the convenience of EDA (electronic design automation) software: Schematic capture editors allow you to build circuits on-the-fly by linking component...

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  • What is Annotation and Back Annotation in PCB Design?

    What is Annotation and Back Annotation in PCB Design?

      There are two cases where the words annotation and back-annotation will come up in the context of PCB design. One has to do with the general EDA (electronic design automation) workflow:...

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  • PCB Dimensions in Manufacturing

    PCB Dimensions in Manufacturing

      So you’ve just completed your PCB design, and you’re about ready to send those CAD files over to the fabrication house. But there’s just one problem—you’ve designed a new form factor with...

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