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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.

  • Precision Tools for ECAD-MCAD Co-Design of Multi-Board PCBs

    Precision Tools for ECAD-MCAD Co-Design of Multi-Board PCBs

    As PCB design increases in complexity, it is more important than ever that designers use ECAD-MCAD co-design of multi-board PCBs to shorten design schedules.

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  • The Importance of Component Tolerance Modeling in PCB Design

    The Importance of Component Tolerance Modeling in PCB Design

    Component tolerance modeling is an invaluable design insight tool that reduces cost as well as build times. All the while improving overall circuit design.

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  • DDR4 Routing Guidelines for PCB and the Advancements in PCB Architecture

    DDR4 Routing Guidelines for PCB and the Advancements in PCB Architecture

    DDR4 is the new current generation of RAM and with it comes new routing guidelines for PCB implementation.

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  • The Importance of Dynamic Load Line Analysis

    The Importance of Dynamic Load Line Analysis

    The dynamic load line analysis provides the optimal operating point calculations that help to optimize circuit design.

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  • The Benefits and Advantages of Frequency Response Simulation in PCB Design

    The Benefits and Advantages of Frequency Response Simulation in PCB Design

    Frequency response simulation is a vital design tool that offers greater insight into the frequency design and manufacturing process for PCBs.

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  • The Best 4 Layer PCB Power Plane Design Techniques

    The Best 4 Layer PCB Power Plane Design Techniques

    4 layer PCB power plane design poses unique challenges. In this blog, we explain these and how best to address them.

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  • Easy PCB Layout for High Voltage Connectors Design

    Easy PCB Layout for High Voltage Connectors Design

    Coordinating the many issues required when using high voltage connectors can be a daunting challenge. In this blog, we tell you how best to address them.

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  • IoT Consumer Electronics that Streamline Business Interactions

    IoT Consumer Electronics that Streamline Business Interactions

    IoT consumer electronics are everywhere. Learning how to design them and integrate into a home or business environment should be seamless too.

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  • Using a PDN Topology Simulation for Power Integrity Analysis

    Using a PDN Topology Simulation for Power Integrity Analysis

    Any PDN topology simulation can be complex, especially if performed from your schematic. However, there are some simple simulations you can use for power integrity.

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  • Termination Resistors: Their Function and Necessity on PCBs

    Termination Resistors: Their Function and Necessity on PCBs

    Terminator resistors are components that prevent signal interference on a bus or other high-speed devices. Signal integrity design considerations still apply when using them.

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  • Life Cycle Assessment of Consumer Electronics: Marketability and Product Development

    Life Cycle Assessment of Consumer Electronics: Marketability and Product Development

    Life cycle assessments of consumer electronics should consider longevity, component tolerances, and potential product use-case diversifications.

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  • A Practical History of Environmental Quality Function Deployment (QFD) and Engineering

    A Practical History of Environmental Quality Function Deployment (QFD) and Engineering

    Environmental quality function deployment can be achieved with diligence and attention through PCB design and manufacturing.

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  • Design for Sustainable Consumer Electronics: PCB Materials and Supply Chain Management

    Design for Sustainable Consumer Electronics: PCB Materials and Supply Chain Management

    Design for sustainable consumer electronics can be looked at from an overall view of materials, and a more refined view of what an individual designer might do.

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  • The Fiber Weave Effect: Skew, Losses, and Resonance

    The Fiber Weave Effect: Skew, Losses, and Resonance

    The fiber weave effect can distort and delay signals on an interconnect. Here’s how to plan ahead during design time and compensate for skew.

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  • How Does SPICE Simulation Work?

    How Does SPICE Simulation Work?

    SPICE simulation works to make circuits more efficient and hit target goals.

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  • Green Product Lifecycle Management: A Nontoxic Approach to PCB Design

    Green Product Lifecycle Management: A Nontoxic Approach to PCB Design

    Green product lifecycle management encourages PCB design and manufacturing that accounts for a product’s lifecycle including its eventual discarding.

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  • How to Build a Via Current Simulation

    How to Build a Via Current Simulation

    Via current limitations should be carefully determined using a via current simulation. Here’s how a SPICE-based simulation and a PDNA tool can help.

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  • Introduction to PCI Express: Design Challenges for Computing

    Introduction to PCI Express: Design Challenges for Computing

    PCI express, or PCIe, has a slew of challenges for designers looking to make smooth connections in their motherboard and computer circuits.

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  • Preparing Circuits Online: Modeling and Simulation for IoT Devices

    Preparing Circuits Online: Modeling and Simulation for IoT Devices

    Making circuits online will enable you to bring IoT devices to production faster and with less stress. The internet of things is approachable from all levels of PCB design.

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  • What is the Thermal Noise Bandwidth in My Electronic Components?

    What is the Thermal Noise Bandwidth in My Electronic Components?

    If noise is a problem in your device, you’ll need to measure or calculate the noise floor to determine minimum measurable signal levels in your board.

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