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Getting the fundamentals of power supply design right is critical to ensuring the reliability of a circuit. Here are some common challenges and key tips.
When designing a PCB, it is important to use design for reliability (DfR) concepts to avoid PCB failures and unreliability. Read on to learn how to implement these concepts.
This article explores the differences of single-point vs. multipoint grounding in PCB layouts as well as some ground plane design best practices.
Ensure sturdy and reliable electronic products by learning how to apply rigid-flex PCB design guidelines to each of your design projects.
When you’re planning your grounding strategy, be careful before you separate your analog and digital ground planes.
This article describes the PCB design setup, placement, and trace routing layout guidelines for switching power supplies.
The Cadence® Allegro® PCB Editor helps bring your innovative and bleeding-edge designs to life.
Understanding the IPC standard for PCB layout designs is the first step to creating reliable and manufacturable designs.
Split plane routing is essential with today’s high-density PCB designs, but there are some potential pitfalls to using them if you aren’t careful.
Here are the problems that can happen to a PCB that isn’t designed for manufacturability, and how an engineer can incorporate good DFM into their design.
We’ll illustrate the importance of setting up functional partitioning in PCB design and give some recommendations on functional partition best practices.
Noise carries but only so far. We have to tolerate some EMI though there are limits.
This article talks about the different types of shielding in analog layouts that are important for controlling EMI in circuit boards.
There is more than one way to examine how the transmission line reflection coefficient affects your signals.
Chassis grounding is important for safety and noise shielding. We’ll explore some chassis grounding techniques and how they can help with future designs.
PCB minimum etch technique is about leaving as much copper on the PCB as possible. Learn why it's important and how to execute it in your designs.
This article discusses how to reduce capacitive coupling and tips for avoiding crosstalk.
This article describes some of the potential problems of routing diff pairs on a PCB and offers some differential pair routing guidelines to get you through.
This article defines damping and natural frequency, examines the effects of damping natural frequency, and how to compensate in electronics for these effects.
MPPT vs. PWM is a common comparison when designing solar charge controllers. See this article for which to use as well as some design tips.