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  • The PCB Soldering Process for Your Circuit Board Design

    The PCB Soldering Process for Your Circuit Board Design

    Once the design is done there are different ways that manufacturers will solder the board. Here’s a description of the PCB soldering process that might be used.

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  • Trust the Best PCB Design Guidelines to Lead You to Success

    Trust the Best PCB Design Guidelines to Lead You to Success

    PCB design guidelines should not be feared and instead be looked at as valuable tools that will help us navigate our way through the design process.

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  • How to Prevent Clock Skew in PCB Design

    How to Prevent Clock Skew in PCB Design

    Clock skew involves data signals being improperly sent and received. Preventing clock skew is important for your device working properly.

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  • Compensating Thermal Effects in Mechatronic Systems

    Compensating Thermal Effects in Mechatronic Systems

    Precision mechanical control can best be achieved by compensating thermal effects in mechatronic systems. Here are some design tips for mechatronic control systems.

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  •  Electronics Design for IoT Architecture Involves Smart Device Integration

    Electronics Design for IoT Architecture Involves Smart Device Integration

    In order for your electronics design for IoT architecture to work you must consider the broader picture of signal strength, environment, and interactions with other devices.

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  • PCB Design Tips to Reduce Electronics Waste

    PCB Design Tips to Reduce Electronics Waste

    Reducing electronics waste is an endeavor that can be begun throughout all stages of the design and production process. Utilizing smart guidelines makes it easier.

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  • Just How Wide Should a PCB 50 Ohm Trace Width Be?

    Just How Wide Should a PCB 50 Ohm Trace Width Be?

    A critical step in high-speed PCB design is controlled impedance trace routing. To get this right, you need to know how wide a PCB 50 ohm trace width should be.

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  • PCB Design for Pulse Width Modulation Applications

    PCB Design for Pulse Width Modulation Applications

    From motors to servo control systems, there are plenty of pulse width modulation applications to consider for your next PCB.

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  • Taking a Closer Look at Schematic Capture and PCB Layout

    Taking a Closer Look at Schematic Capture and PCB Layout

    Let’s take a look at the phrase schematic capture and PCB layout, and find out where it originates from and how it fits into the world of PCB design today.

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  • Schematic vs Netlist for PCB Integration: Effects and Advantages

    Schematic vs Netlist for PCB Integration: Effects and Advantages

    Choosing schematic vs netlist for PCB integration allows consideration between visual and text information about your PCB design. Integration into layout requires a quick study of the advantages.

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  • Considerations When Selecting PCB Materials for High-Frequency Applications

    Considerations When Selecting PCB Materials for High-Frequency Applications

    FR-4 may not be the best choice for your high-speed design. Take a look at these considerations when selecting PCB materials for high-frequency applications.

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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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  • Proper Multi-board Form Factor Achieved Through 3D Visualization

    Proper Multi-board Form Factor Achieved Through 3D Visualization

    New products often require observing multi-board design form factor conditions. Managing the PCB design correctly occurs through the application of design tools.

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  • Tips for Routing BGA Packages that Won’t Leave You Puzzled

    Tips for Routing BGA Packages that Won’t Leave You Puzzled

    All the unrouted nets of a BGA on your printed circuit board design may look like a puzzle, but these tips on routing BGA packages should prove helpful.

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  • Selecting and Placing High Power Connectors in Your PCB

    Selecting and Placing High Power Connectors in Your PCB

    If you’re attempting to place high power connectors on your PCB, you’ll have to take power matching into consideration as well as IR drop for your board functions.

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  • Multi-Board Enclosures and Full System Design: Which Design Tools Offer Success?

    Multi-Board Enclosures and Full System Design: Which Design Tools Offer Success?

    Full system PCB design tools can help you to better create the system connectivity and see the final 3D results of your work in a multi-board enclosure.

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  • Basic PCB Layout Design Steps to Get You Started

    Basic PCB Layout Design Steps to Get You Started

    The best preparation is to know the basic steps of the job before you get started. Here are some PCB layout design steps that will help your preparation.

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  • What is the PCB Fabrication Process? An Introduction

    What is the PCB Fabrication Process? An Introduction

    What is the PCB fabrication process? The first step in transforming your design into a usable circuit board. Painlessly, if you incorporate that knowledge.

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  • Multi-board System Assembly: Simplify and Optimize Layout

    Multi-board System Assembly: Simplify and Optimize Layout

    Multi-board system assembly can be as easy or as difficult as you make it. Here are some layout strategies to work through assembly easily.

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  • Multi-Board PCB Edge Clearance Guidelines and Panelization Tips

    Multi-Board PCB Edge Clearance Guidelines and Panelization Tips

    When PCB designers don’t follow multi-board PCB edge clearance guidelines in their designs, it can cause problems for manufacturers when creating the panel.

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