Optimizing Power Supply

June 12, 2020

Any electrical engineer knows providing power to your board is a key feature in PCB design. While most boards can be functional, their true quality shines when the perfect level of power to components is achieved. Building and designing better power supplies is the best way to ensure the end-product has full life-cycle potential.

But how do we ensure we can convert a (potentially variable) input voltage into a fixed output voltage? In this ebook, we will discuss important techniques to identify problems early on, rather than later in the design cycle when placing it onto the breadboard. Simulating your parts by design before building a prototype can identify problem areas and enable you to fix them before making costly mistakes.

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