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Via Tenting Vs Non Via Tenting: Applicable Situations
Gain an understanding about why via tenting provides essential benefits for your PCB design.
How Current Density In PCB Trace Can Affect Functionality
Current density PCB traces can accumulate can affect the overall health of your design as well as subject your device to errors like overcooking and shortages.
Routing Architecture with Medical IoT Circuits: Considerations for Connection
Routing architecture with medical IoT requires knowledge of the specializations of the devices on a network, and how power or signal demands are impacted.
RDL Routing, the Beginning of High Speed PCB Design
As IC components on circuit boards become more complex, the RDL routing within the chips needs to evolve as well. Here’s what PCB designers should know.
How to Design and Simulate an Impedance Matching Network
Some high speed and high frequency layouts may require designing an impedance matching network. Take a look at some possible networks in this article.
Differential Pair Signal Analysis: Clarifying Signals and Routing
Design teams can eliminate EMI and noise with carefully differential routing and analysis of differential signals.
A Brief Primer On the Different Types of PCB Vias
Learn about the different types of vias, including through holes, blind vias, and buried vias.
Differential Signaling Demystified
Differential signaling is a sophisticated technique for overcoming the limitations of single-ended PCB design.
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.
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.
PCB Routing Topologies Demystified
Take your PCB routing topologies to the next level
PCB 101: What are Blind and Buried Vias
Sometimes, you can’t fit all your connections on one layer. This is where vias come to your rescue!
PCB101: Include Teardrops in Your Designs to Save You Tears Later
A teardrop is extra copper, straight or rounded, at the junction of a pad or via and a trace, or when a trace transitions between thick and thin. For example, if part of your trace width is changing
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.
Topology Planning and Routing Guidelines for Your Next PCB Layout
Creating a successful printed circuit board design means careful topology planning and routing of sensitive traces. Here are some guidelines that can help.
Careful Multilayer PCB Stackup Planning: Your Best Bet to Save Time and Money
As PCB technology increases to accommodate the needs of high speed design signal integrity, you need to carefully consider your multilayer PCB stackup planning.
Piezoelectric Sensors and Transducers in Your PCB
Gathering vibration or temperature measurements with piezoelectric sensors and transducers in your PCB takes some special design considerations. Learn more in this article.
What is a Ground Loop and How to Minimize its Harmful Consequences
Working through unexpected return current problems from your ground loop can be a reality addressed during your design and simulation phase.
Multi-board vs Multilayer Designs and the Need for System Level Design
Multi-board vs multilayer designs requires PCB designers to step up their multilayer design skills to answer the need for true multi-board system level design.
PCB Routing Angles Enable Circuit Board Connectivity Easily