Signal Integrity

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

  • 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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  • Bistable Multivibrator Design and Simulation

    Bistable Multivibrator Design and Simulation

    Remember the 555 timer? Newer bistable multivibrator circuits can take pulse triggering applications to the next level.

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  • Shockley Diode Characteristics, Thyristors, and SCRs

    Shockley Diode Characteristics, Thyristors, and SCRs

    Here are the important Shockley diode characteristics and how these devices form the basis of thyristors.

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  • Balanced Modulators in Analog Designs

    Balanced Modulators in Analog Designs

    You’ll need to know about amplitude modulation and signal integrity when working with balanced modulator circuits in your designs.

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  • Audio Circuits in Action - Any Card Can Be a Sound Card

    Audio Circuits in Action - Any Card Can Be a Sound Card

    A typical feature of many animals is that their ears pivot independently of their head. We have our general hearing and then we have focused hearing. We want our machines to have the same ability.

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  • Cascaded Amplifier Gain, Noise Figures, and Distortion

    Cascaded Amplifier Gain, Noise Figures, and Distortion

    Make sure that your signal integrity is sound, and any excess noise or EMI is taken care of when using cascaded amplifiers.

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  • Boost Converter Design and Simulation

    Boost Converter Design and Simulation

    Designing a boost converter? Here’s how you can create and simulate your next boost converter design and how it differs from a buck converter.

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  • Acoustic Impedance and Your Audio Electronics

    Acoustic Impedance and Your Audio Electronics

    Acoustic impedance creating sound problems in your audio system? Make sure to apply impedance bridging between a source/load.

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  • Distinguishing IIP3 vs. OIP3 in Power Amplifiers

    Distinguishing IIP3 vs. OIP3 in Power Amplifiers

    Working with power amplifiers? You’ll need to watch for IIP3 vs. OIP3 due to saturation in your power amplifier.

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  • Differential Thermal Analysis and PCB Substrate Glass Transitions

    Differential Thermal Analysis and PCB Substrate Glass Transitions

    Need to measure the CTE value for your PCB substrate? Try using differential thermal analysis.

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  • Simple EMI Filter and Shielding Design Choices to Remove Noise

    Simple EMI Filter and Shielding Design Choices to Remove Noise

    If EMI is a problem, then you might need an EMI filter or shielding to protect your circuits from noise. Here are some EMI filter options.

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  • Load-Pull and Signal Management in Analog Devices

    Load-Pull and Signal Management in Analog Devices

    If you need to design for load-pull and signal management in your PCB, pay attention to your signal chain.

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  • SMPS Transformer Selection and Simulation Guide

    SMPS Transformer Selection and Simulation Guide

    An SMPS transformer may be an important part of your switching regulator. Here’s how to select an SMPS transformer and simulate its behavior.

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