Signal Integrity

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

  • 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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  • PDN: Gives Your Board Life

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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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  • Using a Multiphysics Heat Finite Element Solver

    Using a Multiphysics Heat Finite Element Solver

    If thermal management is a problem in your PCB, you can map heat flow and steady state temperature in your board with a heat finite element solver.

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  • What’s the Differential? Mastering the Art of the Differential Pair

    What’s the Differential? Mastering the Art of the Differential Pair

    You see, it’s like this. When two circuits love each other very much, they form a life-long bond and then little Diffs are propagated. Not really, but when we peruse the net names attached to the...

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  • PCB Routing on Layer Two - Breaking the Steadfast Rule

    PCB Routing on Layer Two - Breaking the Steadfast Rule

    The newer generation parts have a pin configuration with two different pitches. The core has a grid of larger pins that are used to supply power and ground. That pin-field is surrounded by...

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  • Linear Sweep Voltammetry for Batteries and Regulator Design

    Linear Sweep Voltammetry for Batteries and Regulator Design

    Linear sweep voltammetry and cyclic voltammetry measurements are critical for examining battery operating ranges and designing charging systems.

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  • Inductive Circuits and Using Kirchhoff’s Current Law

    Inductive Circuits and Using Kirchhoff’s Current Law

    Current in electronics is an eternal process of consideration and reconsideration. Inductive currents can be particularly difficult to match or determine necessities for.

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  • Working with Thin Film Resistor Components in Your Next PCB

    Working with Thin Film Resistor Components in Your Next PCB

    Using a thin-film resistor provides lower profile and more reliable operation up to high frequency.

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  • Force and Pressure Sensors with Piezoelectric Load Cell Transducers

    Force and Pressure Sensors with Piezoelectric Load Cell Transducers

    Piezoelectric load cell transducers provide high sensitivity measurements with broad range and low threshold.

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  • Do Your Circuits Need a Schottky Diode?

    Do Your Circuits Need a Schottky Diode?

    Schottky diode components are less well-known than silicon diodes, but they provide some important advantages in rectifying circuits.

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  • SiC SPICE Model and Analysis for New MOSFETs

    SiC SPICE Model and Analysis for New MOSFETs

    If you’re building power amplifiers or RF amplifiers, you need SiC SPICE model and analysis tools in your PCB design software.

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