Signal Integrity

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

  • What is a Cavity Resonator and How is One Used in PCB Design

    What is a Cavity Resonator and How is One Used in PCB Design

    The cavity resonator offers superior frequency filtering capabilities for precise frequency design applications.

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  • The Types and Advantages of Using EM Simulation in PCB Design

    The Types and Advantages of Using EM Simulation in PCB Design

    The use of EM simulation reduces manufacturing cost, increases functionality, and product reliability.

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  • The Importance of the Q Point of a Diode to Circuit Functionality

    The Importance of the Q Point of a Diode to Circuit Functionality

    The Q point of a diode is critical to overall circuit functionality and performance.

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  • The Effects of Plane Current Density on PCB Design and Functionality

    The Effects of Plane Current Density on PCB Design and Functionality

    The importance of plane current density is equal to the significance of the overall design itself.

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  • What is Jitter Tolerance and its Effects on Signal Integrity

    What is Jitter Tolerance and its Effects on Signal Integrity

    Jitter tolerance levels must be adhered to or risk detriment to a PCB’s signal integrity.

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  • Where and When to Use a VRM Heatsink in Your PCB?

    Where and When to Use a VRM Heatsink in Your PCB?

    If you’re designing a VRM for power stability, then you’ll need to think about thermal management and using a VRM heatsink.

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  • What is Linear and Nonlinear Resistance?

    What is Linear and Nonlinear Resistance?

    The terms linear and nonlinear resistance are sometimes used interchangeably. Here’s what circuit designers need to know about these terms.

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  • Signal Noise Attenuation is About More Than Filter Design

    Signal Noise Attenuation is About More Than Filter Design

    Using the right noise attenuation measures in your board requires correctly identifying your noise sources.

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  • System Modeling and Abstraction Levels: From Blocks to Layout

    System Modeling and Abstraction Levels: From Blocks to Layout

    System modeling and abstraction levels in IC and PCB design help you stay organized during design.

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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 Importance of Dynamic Load Line Analysis

    The Importance of Dynamic Load Line Analysis

    The dynamic load line analysis provides the optimal operating point calculations that help to optimize circuit design.

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  • The Benefits and Advantages of Frequency Response Simulation in PCB Design

    The Benefits and Advantages of Frequency Response Simulation in PCB Design

    Frequency response simulation is a vital design tool that offers greater insight into the frequency design and manufacturing process for PCBs.

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  • IoT Consumer Electronics that Streamline Business Interactions

    IoT Consumer Electronics that Streamline Business Interactions

    IoT consumer electronics are everywhere. Learning how to design them and integrate into a home or business environment should be seamless too.

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  • Termination Resistors: Their Function and Necessity on PCBs

    Termination Resistors: Their Function and Necessity on PCBs

    Terminator resistors are components that prevent signal interference on a bus or other high-speed devices. Signal integrity design considerations still apply when using 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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  • What is the Thermal Noise Bandwidth in My Electronic Components?

    What is the Thermal Noise Bandwidth in My Electronic Components?

    If noise is a problem in your device, you’ll need to measure or calculate the noise floor to determine minimum measurable signal levels in your board.

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  • Decision Feedback Equalization in High Speed Data Links

    Decision Feedback Equalization in High Speed Data Links

    Decision feedback equalization is critical for extracting data in high speed serial links with multi-level signal modulation schemes.

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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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