Routing

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  • The Case For Using Copper Pour on Routing Layers

    The Case For Using Copper Pour on Routing Layers

    Doing special things with a circuit pattern is a hallmark of analog design. All of the important signals on the board added together are equal in importance to one net; that net is the ground net.

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  • DDR4 Routing Guidelines for PCB and the Advancements in PCB Architecture

    DDR4 Routing Guidelines for PCB and the Advancements in PCB Architecture

    DDR4 is the new current generation of RAM and with it comes new routing guidelines for PCB implementation.

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  • The Best 4 Layer PCB Power Plane Design Techniques

    The Best 4 Layer PCB Power Plane Design Techniques

    4 layer PCB power plane design poses unique challenges. In this blog, we explain these and how best to address them.

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  • Easy PCB Layout for High Voltage Connectors Design

    Easy PCB Layout for High Voltage Connectors Design

    Coordinating the many issues required when using high voltage connectors can be a daunting challenge. In this blog, we tell you how best to address them.

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  • The Fiber Weave Effect: Skew, Losses, and Resonance

    The Fiber Weave Effect: Skew, Losses, and Resonance

    The fiber weave effect can distort and delay signals on an interconnect. Here’s how to plan ahead during design time and compensate for skew.

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  • How to Build a Via Current Simulation

    How to Build a Via Current Simulation

    Via current limitations should be carefully determined using a via current simulation. Here’s how a SPICE-based simulation and a PDNA tool can help.

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  • Introduction to PCI Express: Design Challenges for Computing

    Introduction to PCI Express: Design Challenges for Computing

    PCI express, or PCIe, has a slew of challenges for designers looking to make smooth connections in their motherboard and computer circuits.

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  • DDR3 Routing Guidelines for Trace Management and Data Grouping

    DDR3 Routing Guidelines for Trace Management and Data Grouping

    While DDR4 was introduced some time ago, DDR3 is still in-use in many popular consumer devices. Learn about DDR3 routing guidelines still.

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  • HDI Routing Challenges and Tips

    HDI Routing Challenges and Tips

    HDI routing requires understanding of tight component layout, EMI interactivity, and current flow distribution

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  •  What is Via Current and How to Measure its Effects?

    What is Via Current and How to Measure its Effects?

    Vias and their current carrying capacity affects the overall PCB functionality and design.

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  • DVI Routing Tips in PCB Design

    DVI Routing Tips in PCB Design

    DVI routing involves understandings of strong component placement in PCB layout, as well as balancing EMI throughout the electronic device.

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  • What Determines Connector Return Loss and Insertion Loss?

    What Determines Connector Return Loss and Insertion Loss?

    Here’s what you need to know about PCB connector return loss and insertion loss in a multi-board system.

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  • Impedance Matching in Interconnects with Inductive Circuit Loads

    Impedance Matching in Interconnects with Inductive Circuit Loads

    Loads that behave like inductive circuits can be difficult to impedance match. Here’s what you need to know about inductive circuit behavior and termination.

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  • High Speed and RF PCB Routing Best Practices

    High Speed and RF PCB Routing Best Practices

    Understanding the various techniques needed for high speed and RF PCB routing requirements is the key to designing successful high speed printed circuit boards.

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  • Matched Terminations Help Avoid Impedance Issues

    Matched Terminations Help Avoid Impedance Issues

    Don’t overlook matched terminations when you’re considering noise, impedance, and other voltage concerns in your pcb design.

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  • Printed Circuit Board: An Introduction and the Basics of Printed Circuit Boards

    Printed Circuit Board: An Introduction and the Basics of Printed Circuit Boards

    There are a lot of steps involved in the design and manufacturing of a printed circuit board. Here we will describe these basic steps to outline the process.

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  • Best PCB Routing Methods for BGA Escape Routing

    Best PCB Routing Methods for BGA Escape Routing

    The best way to set up your high-density boards for effective routing is to plan your BGA escape routing patterns first. Here are some tips on how to do that.

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  • Contrary Routing Schemes

    Contrary Routing Schemes

    Tips for routing boards in different scenarios involving standard or common technologies

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  • Advanced Circuit Routing Techniques for Innovative PCB Designs

    Advanced Circuit Routing Techniques for Innovative PCB Designs

    The key to successfully creating printed circuit board designs for new and emerging technologies is to leverage advanced circuit routing techniques.

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  • Fr4 PCB Traces: Fr4 Material Properties and Board Specifications

    Fr4 PCB Traces: Fr4 Material Properties and Board Specifications

    For an understanding of Fr4 PCBs, you’ll want to consider Fr4 PCB properties and relationships like materials, thickness, and trace management.

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