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  • Topology Planning and Routing Guidelines for Your Next PCB Layout

    Topology Planning and Routing Guidelines for Your Next PCB Layout

    Creating a successful printed circuit board design means careful topology planning and routing of sensitive traces. Here are some guidelines that can help.

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  • How to Design for Ease of PCB Fabrication

    How to Design for Ease of PCB Fabrication

    One of the keys to good board design is learning to design for ease of PCB fabrication. Read this blog to see how knowledge of fabrication and DFM can improve your PCB design and manufacturing process

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  •  IoT PCB Design Skill and Expertise Requirements

    IoT PCB Design Skill and Expertise Requirements

    When designing a PCB for IoT, there are many design skills you’ll need to keep track of differing from traditional circuit boards. Keep them in your mind as you design your product.

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  • Generating and Understanding Bode Plots in Filter and Amplifier Design

    Generating and Understanding Bode Plots in Filter and Amplifier Design

    Some analyses are easier when you work in the frequency domain. Here is how an understanding of Bode plots helps you analyze your circuits.

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  • SPICE Simulations for Time Domain Analysis of Simple RLC Circuits

    SPICE Simulations for Time Domain Analysis of Simple RLC Circuits

    With time domain analysis of simple RLC circuits, you can learn plenty about the behavior of an RLC network.

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  • Product Development for Electronics and Hardware: Planning for Scaling

    Product Development for Electronics and Hardware: Planning for Scaling

    DFM principles will get your board produced, but what do you do after your device is successfully working? Here is an introduction to product development process for electronics and hardware.

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  • Best Practices for Power Planes in Multi-board PCB Design

    Best Practices for Power Planes in Multi-board PCB Design

    Without power, the components on your PCB might as well be inert pieces of metal. In order to light a lightbulb, spin a motor, or otherwise perform some action such as maintaining the optimum...

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  • How Do Ferrite Beads Work? Key Factors to Consider

    How Do Ferrite Beads Work? Key Factors to Consider

    Low-Q ferrite beads and high-Q ferrite beads allow design teams to conserve board space while protecting circuits from internal high-frequency interference.

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  • Surface Mount Technologies and Devices: Pesky Enclosures and Smart Layouts

    Surface Mount Technologies and Devices: Pesky Enclosures and Smart Layouts

    Surface mount technologies and surface mount devices describe the choices that a design team must make when selecting devices and fabrication methods.

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  • Working with Passive and Active Components? Be Sure to Observe Best Practice Design

    Working with Passive and Active Components? Be Sure to Observe Best Practice Design

    Passive and active components act differently when exposed to high frequencies. Follow basic techniques to keep parasitic inductance and capacitance out of your circuit design.

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  • Careful Multilayer PCB Stackup Planning: Your Best Bet to Save Time and Money

    Careful Multilayer PCB Stackup Planning: Your Best Bet to Save Time and Money

    As PCB technology increases to accommodate the needs of high speed design signal integrity, you need to carefully consider your multilayer PCB stackup planning.

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  • Selecting the Right Connectors in Multiboard Design

    Selecting the Right Connectors in Multiboard Design

    There are plenty of points to consider when selecting connectors in multiboard design. Frequency and switching speed limitations, temperature, and price are just a few.

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  • High Speed PCB and System Design: Your Top Circuit Board Material Considerations

    High Speed PCB and System Design: Your Top Circuit Board Material Considerations

    Before starting your high speed PCB and system design, it is important to choose the best PCB materials that will be used in the fabrication of the board.

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  • Why is Impedance Matching Important? Impedance Matching Fundamentals

    Why is Impedance Matching Important? Impedance Matching Fundamentals

    Follow this step-by-step description of the importance of impedance matching in PCB design and learn about methods for achieving impedance matching.

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  •  Utilizing a Checklist for PCB Design Finalization

    Utilizing a Checklist for PCB Design Finalization

    Your design goes through many hoops to become a printed circuit board. Don’t let up your rigor before your PCB design finalization is finished.

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  • Working With Analog vs. Digital Integrated Circuits in Your Layout

    Working With Analog vs. Digital Integrated Circuits in Your Layout

    If you’re unsure of how to work with analog vs digital integrated circuits, here is some design and layout advice for your next PCB.

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  • PCB Layout Tips for Circuit Board Design Success

    PCB Layout Tips for Circuit Board Design Success

    Avoid the problems and frustrations that can happen when you are not prepared by following these PCB layout tips in your next PCB design.

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  • How to Reduce Respins of Your PCB Using SPICE Simulation

    How to Reduce Respins of Your PCB Using SPICE Simulation

    Producing multiple prototype PCBs to validate your circuits is a waste of time and money. Here is how to reduce respins of your PCB using SPICE simulation.

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  • SPICE Demo Circuits and Netlists: Come Up To Speed Quickly on Your Schematic

    SPICE Demo Circuits and Netlists: Come Up To Speed Quickly on Your Schematic

    For the best PCB design results you should simulate circuits, and for the best simulation results you should work first with SPICE demo circuits and netlists.

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  • Being Prepared for Circuit Simulation with SPICE Model Libraries

    Being Prepared for Circuit Simulation with SPICE Model Libraries

    When it’s time to get productive capturing your PCB circuit design schematics, you need to first be prepared for circuit simulation with SPICE model libraries.

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