Signal Integrity

Signal Integrity Resources to Minimize EMI, Noise, Crosstalk and More

  •  Achieving PWM with a Microcontroller in Your PCB Design

    Achieving PWM with a Microcontroller in Your PCB Design

    Understand PWM, how to send signals from a microcontroller, and the EMI considerations when planning the duration for digital signals in your PCB design.

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  • How and Why to Convert Analog Signals  to PWM Signals

    How and Why to Convert Analog Signals to PWM Signals

    Check out this article for how to convert analog signals to PWM signals, as well as some design tips for analog to PWM converters.

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  • Today's and Tomorrow's Terahertz Microcavity Resonators

    Today's and Tomorrow's Terahertz Microcavity Resonators

    Terahertz microcavity resonators are a critical part of on-chip microwave photonics. Here’s how these components will fit into the photonics landscape.

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  •  Describing Harmonic Motion in Linear and Nonlinear Circuits

    Describing Harmonic Motion in Linear and Nonlinear Circuits

    Harmonic motion is more complicated than sinusoidal oscillations. Here’s how complicated oscillations arise in linear and nonlinear circuits.

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  • Achieving PCI-e Compliance: Getting it Right the First Time

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  • Reaffirm Signal Integrity Using S-Parameter Simulation

    Reaffirm Signal Integrity Using S-Parameter Simulation

    A look into S-parameter simulation, and discussion on how these parameters can help maintain signal integrity in RF circuits.

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  • The Use of Hysteresis with Comparators and How It Affects Functionality

    The Use of Hysteresis with Comparators and How It Affects Functionality

    The use of hysteresis with comparators provides increased stability and functionality, which is essential for their proper function in various circuit types.

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  • Small Signal Model for a Diode in DC and AC Circuits

    Small Signal Model for a Diode in DC and AC Circuits

    If you’re using a diode in an AC circuit, you need a small signal model for a diode to describe current and voltage.

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  • Lost in Transmission: Solving Common Issues in High-Speed Design

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  • Timing Vision - Feature Video1:12

    Timing Vision - Feature Video

    Easily detect and resolve any timing issues such as delay and phase in real-time with the help of color-coded overlays on your canvas.

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  • Reflection Analysis - Feature Video1:14

    Reflection Analysis - Feature Video

    High-speed designs are vulnerable to problems such as reflection and ringing, so it’s important to simulate your designs and nip any issues in the bud.

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  • PDN: Gives Your Board Life

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  • Colpitts Oscillator Circuits and Other Linear/Nonlinear Oscillator Functions

    A Colpitts oscillator’s functionality permits its use as a VFO, such as in a superheterodyne receiver or even a spectrum analyzer, if utilizing a variable inductor.

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  • Solutions For Impossible PCB Designs

    Solutions For Impossible PCB Designs

    Learn how you can tackle high-speed and high-frequency PCB designs

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  • Managing Impedance in Your PDN

    Managing Impedance in Your PDN

    Your design data can be used in simulations to manage PDN impedance. Here’s how this works in PSpice from Cadence.

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  • Power Spectrum vs. Power Spectral Density: What Are You Measuring?

    Power Spectrum vs. Power Spectral Density: What Are You Measuring?

    What’s the difference between power spectrum vs power spectral density? Here’s how these important concepts relate to your signals.

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  • Harmonic Termination in Amplifier Design

    Harmonic Termination in Amplifier Design

    Analog signals can contain undesired harmonic components, but harmonic termination can be used to remove undesired frequency components.

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  • Forward Bias vs. Reverse Bias and their Effects on Diode Functionality

    Forward Bias vs. Reverse Bias and their Effects on Diode Functionality

    Forward and reverse biasing gives a circuit designer optimal control over a diode's functionality.

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  • Peak Envelope Power and Your RF Signal Chain Simulations

    Peak Envelope Power and Your RF Signal Chain Simulations

    You can optimize your signal chain to receive and transmit maximum peak envelope power with the right circuit simulator.

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  • Coupled Loads Analysis and Circuit Reliability for Space and Beyond

    Coupled Loads Analysis and Circuit Reliability for Space and Beyond

    Coupled loads analysis is critical for assessing reliability of spacecraft. Here’s how the results can be used in PCB design.

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  • Using a Thermal FEA Solver for Heat Management in Your PCB

    Using a Thermal FEA Solver for Heat Management in Your PCB

    Use thermal FEA simulator for your heat management problems to keep your PCB running at acceptable temperature.

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  • Grounding and Voltage Routing Considerations in PCB Design

    Grounding and Voltage Routing Considerations in PCB Design

    There’s a lot more to grounding and voltage routing on your PCB design then simply dropping some vias, you need advanced CAD tool features to do the job right.

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  • Probabilistic Design for Reliability: It's all About the Components

    Probabilistic Design for Reliability: It's all About the Components

    Verify your component choices with probabilistic design for reliability. You can use this technique to determine chances of failure in your next PCB.

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