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With rising circuit speeds and increased noise and interference, PCB layout designers can no longer afford to ignore PCB impedance control.
PCB designers should understand these high-speed analog layout techniques for the best results when designing mixed-signal circuit boards.
To ensure layout success, it is essential for circuit designers to fully use their PCB design rules for digital circuits.
The best PCB thermal relief guidelines should be used to create dependable connections both electrically and for manufacturability.
Depending on the nature of their application, flexible printed circuits have unique requirements for footprints.
A glimpse into the DesignCON 2021 convention
Understanding PCB grounding techniques can help a designer lay out a circuit board with better signal and power integrity.
For the best board layouts, you should follow a comprehensive set of PCB via size guidelines that adhere to standards and support your other design decisions.
Devising the most effective PCB design guidelines for reduced EMI requires a good understanding of common EMI sources and their effects.
For circuit board designs that perform well and can be manufactured without errors, follow these PCB component placement tolerances.
These PCB panelization guidelines will help layout designers understand manufacturers’ processes when creating PCB manufacturing panels.
Learn about core vias in a PCB.
Here are some tips for using micro-vias in your designs
Read about how OCD affects PCB designers.
Avoid power delivery network problems on your circuit board by clearly understanding power integrity fundamentals.
Read about which via technology would be suitable for your designs
Designing high-speed circuit boards requires an understanding of signal integrity fundamentals and layout best practices.
Learn the best practices for creating circuit board schematics that are both readable and usable in our brief guide.
Ensuring Proper Alignment of Layers and Components on a Printed Circuit Board
Hear our recommendations on layout problems to avoid when working with PCB board-to-board connectors.