Circuit Design Blog

  • Differential Pair Signal Analysis: Clarifying Signals and Routing

    Differential Pair Signal Analysis: Clarifying Signals and Routing

    Design teams can eliminate EMI and noise with carefully differential routing and analysis of differential signals.

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  • What is a Guard Ring and How to Design It Properly

    What is a Guard Ring and How to Design It Properly

    Learning what a guard ring is and how proper design techniques behind it can help your circuits is a process worth knowing.

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  • Op-Amp Characteristics for Simulation, Models, and PCB Design

    Op-Amp Characteristics for Simulation, Models, and PCB Design

    Fundamental operational amplifier characteristics are important for considering the security of your designs when utilizing these components.

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  •  Types of Voltage and Current Source: Empower Your Designs

    Types of Voltage and Current Source: Empower Your Designs

    Understanding the formation of voltage and current source will enable you to have a much more fluid discussion with regard to the power necessities of your circuits.

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  • Passive Electronic Components: Building Blocks of Electronic Circuits

    Passive Electronic Components: Building Blocks of Electronic Circuits

    Critical circuit functions are provided by passive electronic components. Learn the differences and uses of these building blocks of electronic circuit design.

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  • Which Power Savings Mode on Microcontrollers Should You Activate

    Which Power Savings Mode on Microcontrollers Should You Activate

    Power savings mode on microcontrollers can determine layout plans, voltage accommodations, power supply mapping and heat dissipation techniques. Plan accordingly!

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  • Ohm's Law and the Beginnings of Voltage, Current, and Resistance Calculations

    Ohm's Law and the Beginnings of Voltage, Current, and Resistance Calculations

    One of the first steps in working with electronic circuits is to understand ohm’s law. Here are some basic facts to get you headed in the right direction.

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  • Beginner Tips For A Precise Analog To Digital Conversion Circuit

    Beginner Tips For A Precise Analog To Digital Conversion Circuit

    If you’re looking for beginner tips for a precise analog to digital conversion circuit, look no further. Whether it’s ground separation or analog clearance, we have what you need.

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  • Beginner Tips for the Optimization of Electronic Component Placement

    Beginner Tips for the Optimization of Electronic Component Placement

    Optimization of electronics component placement requires a basic knowledge of how individual parts interact, and the overall flow of your circuits.

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  • Considering a Sinusoidal Source in Circuit Analysis and Design

    Considering a Sinusoidal Source in Circuit Analysis and Design

    The right SPICE package lets you work with a sinusoidal source in circuit analysis and makes frequency domain simulations easy.

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  •  IoT Use Cases: New Internet Connected Solutions Add Complexity to PCB Design

    IoT Use Cases: New Internet Connected Solutions Add Complexity to PCB Design

    When considering IoT use cases, internet connected devices add complexity to PCB design. IoT/IIoT/MIoT Devices have operating mode and power requirements that may increase susceptibility to noise.

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  • Transient Analysis for Circuits with SPICE Simulations

    Transient Analysis for Circuits with SPICE Simulations

    Learn more about conducting transient analysis for circuits in the time domain with a SPICE simulator.

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  • Simulating Buck-Boost Converter Designs

    Simulating Buck-Boost Converter Designs

    Do you need a switched or linear regulator for your power supply? See if a buck-boost converter is the best choice for your design.

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  • What is Ground Bounce?

    What is Ground Bounce?

    Ever wonder why you need a bypass capacitor with a capacitance between 0.01μF and 0.1 μF between the voltage source and ground pins?

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  • Generating and Understanding Bode Plots in Filter and Amplifier Design

    Generating and Understanding Bode Plots in Filter and Amplifier Design

    Some analyses are easier when you work in the frequency domain. Here is how an understanding of Bode plots helps you analyze your circuits.

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  • SPICE Simulations for Time Domain Analysis of Simple RLC Circuits

    SPICE Simulations for Time Domain Analysis of Simple RLC Circuits

    With time domain analysis of simple RLC circuits, you can learn plenty about the behavior of an RLC network.

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  • How Do Ferrite Beads Work? Key Factors to Consider

    How Do Ferrite Beads Work? Key Factors to Consider

    Low-Q ferrite beads and high-Q ferrite beads allow design teams to conserve board space while protecting circuits from internal high-frequency interference.

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  • Working with Passive and Active Components? Be Sure to Observe Best Practice Design

    Working with Passive and Active Components? Be Sure to Observe Best Practice Design

    Passive and active components act differently when exposed to high frequencies. Follow basic techniques to keep parasitic inductance and capacitance out of your circuit design.

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  • Working With Analog vs. Digital Integrated Circuits in Your Layout

    Working With Analog vs. Digital Integrated Circuits in Your Layout

    If you’re unsure of how to work with analog vs digital integrated circuits, here is some design and layout advice for your next PCB.

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  • How to Reduce Respins of Your PCB Using SPICE Simulation

    How to Reduce Respins of Your PCB Using SPICE Simulation

    Producing multiple prototype PCBs to validate your circuits is a waste of time and money. Here is how to reduce respins of your PCB using SPICE simulation.

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