Cadence PCB Solutions

Cadence PCB solutions is a complete front to back design tool to enable fast and efficient product creation. Cadence enables users accurately shorten design cycles to hand off to manufacturing through modern, IPC-2581 industry standard.

  • How to Start with Cadence Allegro to Create a Board Outline for PCB Layout

    How to Start with Cadence Allegro to Create a Board Outline for PCB Layout

    Opening up a new design tool for the first time can be overwhelming with all of the commands and options. Here is how to start with Cadence Allegro to help.

    Read Article
  • Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) vs DC Voltage and Voltage Control Circuits

    Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) vs DC Voltage and Voltage Control Circuits

    Pulse width modulation (PWM) vs DC voltage is a choice to be made regarding the voltage control of your circuit designs.

    Read Article
  • Determining SPICE Model Parameters for Transistors Easily and Accurately

    Determining SPICE Model Parameters for Transistors Easily and Accurately

    Do you know the best way to determine SPICE model parameters for transistors? Read this blog to learn how easily and accurately.

    Read Article
  • Nonlinear Equations: Analyzing Nonlinear Electronic Components and Circuits

    Nonlinear Equations: Analyzing Nonlinear Electronic Components and Circuits

    Any system with nonlinear electronic components and circuits needs specialized SPICE-based analyses. Here’s how to create and run these simulations.

    Read Article
  • Design for Low PCB Thermal Resistance

    Design for Low PCB Thermal Resistance

    Here are some ways you can design your board with low PCB thermal resistance as part of a larger heat management strategy.

    Read Article
  • Structural Return Loss in High Frequency and High Speed Systems

    Structural Return Loss in High Frequency and High Speed Systems

    If you’re working at high frequencies, then you might encounter structural return loss. Here’s how to avoid designing return loss dominated channels.

    Read Article
  • PLL vs. DLL for Clock Synchronization and Skew Compensation

    PLL vs. DLL for Clock Synchronization and Skew Compensation

    Here’s how you can use PLL vs. DLL circuits for clock synchronization and skew compensation.

    Read Article
  • Time Domain Analysis vs Frequency Domain Analysis: A Guide and Comparison

    Time Domain Analysis vs Frequency Domain Analysis: A Guide and Comparison

    The use of both time domain and frequency domain analysis techniques yield the most useful insight into your design requirement needs.

    Read Article
  • Analog Comparators, Differentials, and Detectors

    Analog Comparators, Differentials, and Detectors

    The analog comparator comes in a variety of types to accommodate various applicational uses depending on voltage or signal needs of devices.

    Read Article
  • VCO vs. NCO: Which Synthesizer Should You Use?

    VCO vs. NCO: Which Synthesizer Should You Use?

    The simulation tools in PSpice can help you choose between a VCO vs. NCO for your synthesizer, PLL, or coherent detector.

    Read Article
  • Difference Between Microprocessor and Microcontroller: Pin Count and Processing Power

    Difference Between Microprocessor and Microcontroller: Pin Count and Processing Power

    The difference between microprocessors and microcontrollers is between processing speed demands and data rates for applications.

    Read Article
  • Fr4 Maximum Temperature and Thermal Dissipation

    Fr4 Maximum Temperature and Thermal Dissipation

    Fr4 maximum temperature will determine impedance and other signal integrity standards to take into account for your circuit designs.

    Read Article
  • Microvia Aspect Ratio in PCB Design

    Microvia Aspect Ratio in PCB Design

    Designing a high density printed circuit board may require the use of microvias, and understanding microvia aspect ratios will help you to know how to use them.

    Read Article
  • MTBF, MTTR, MTTF, and FIT: Design Reliability Measures for Electronics

    MTBF, MTTR, MTTF, and FIT: Design Reliability Measures for Electronics

    MTBF, MTTR, MTTF, and FIT are measures for design reliability that engineers can use on their electronic devices.

    Read Article
  • SerDes Design: High Speed Electronic Challenges

    SerDes Design: High Speed Electronic Challenges

    The challenges facing designers using SerDes is continuously increasing in difficulty due to data and speed demands.

    Read Article
  • Insertion Loss vs. Return Loss: Signal Transmission and Reflection

    Insertion Loss vs. Return Loss: Signal Transmission and Reflection

    The combination of the measurement parameters insertion loss and return loss, provide an accurate assessment of efficiency and performance.

    Read Article
  • Power Dissipated by a Resistor? Circuit Reliability and Calculation Examples

    Power Dissipated by a Resistor? Circuit Reliability and Calculation Examples

    The accurately calculating parameters like power dissipated by a resistor is critical to your overall circuit design.

    Read Article
  • Frequency Mixer Circuits: Applications and Topology Types

    Frequency Mixer Circuits: Applications and Topology Types

    Frequency mixer circuits offers superior frequency manipulation capabilities for precise frequency design applications.

    Read Article
  • Anti-aliasing Filter Design and Applications in Sampling

    Anti-aliasing Filter Design and Applications in Sampling

    Here’s how an anti-aliasing filter design helps prevent signal distortion during sampling and A/D conversion.

    Read Article
  • Modeling a Relay with Diode for Surge Protection

    Modeling a Relay with Diode for Surge Protection

    The transient analysis tools in PSpice are ideal for modeling a relay with diode circuit.

    Read Article
  • loading
    Loading More...