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  • Considerations for Signal Plane Stackups

    Considerations for Signal Plane Stackups

    Signal plane stackups will determine trace impedance, power integrity, and signal integrity. You’ll need to design the right stackup for your digital or analog system.

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  • Understanding PCB Via-In-Pad Design

    Understanding PCB Via-In-Pad Design

    Via-in-pad design is one of the best solutions for routing high-density PCB designs. Here is more information on what VIPs are and how they can be used.

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  • Relating VSWR to Return Loss in PCB Design

    Relating VSWR to Return Loss in PCB Design

    The relationship of VSWR to return loss is consistent and calculable. Learn about the nature of this relationship and what applications utilize the equation in your electronics designs.

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  • Managing Interconnect Density and Signal Noise

    Managing Interconnect Density and Signal Noise

    Dense interconnects are susceptible to signal noise if not designed correctly. Here’s how Sigrity helps with managing interconnect density.

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  • Will Solder Mask Dielectric Constant Affect Circuit Performance?

    Will Solder Mask Dielectric Constant Affect Circuit Performance?

    Solder mask dielectric constant can affect circuit stability and performance, but under what conditions?

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  • PCB Via Placement in High-Speed Designs

    PCB Via Placement in High-Speed Designs

    Via placement in high-speed designs need careful consideration to ensure that the board performs as expected, and we have some ideas that can help you.

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  • Does Noise Margin in a CMOS Inverter Affect Performance?

    Does Noise Margin in a CMOS Inverter Affect Performance?

    Noise margins in CMOS inverters is a standard of design margins to establish proper circuit functionality under specific conditions.

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  • Colpitts Oscillator Circuits and Other Linear/Nonlinear Oscillator Functions

    A Colpitts oscillator’s functionality permits its use as a VFO, such as in a superheterodyne receiver or even a spectrum analyzer, if utilizing a variable inductor.

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  • ADSL Noise Margin Values and Effects of Other Characteristic Parameters on Functionality

    ADSL Noise Margin Values and Effects of Other Characteristic Parameters on Functionality

    The effect of noise margin parameters is critical to the functionality of ADSL connectivity.

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  • Common Types of FEA Analysis for PCB Development

    Common Types of FEA Analysis for PCB Development

    Knowing and applying the types of FEA analysis discussed in this blog will improve your design’s manufacturability and reliability.

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  • Thermomechanical Analysis for Your Thermally Cycled PCB Designs

    Thermomechanical Analysis for Your Thermally Cycled PCB Designs

    Thermomechanical Analysis for Your Thermally Cycled PCB Designs | Advanced PCB Design Blog | Cadence

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  • A PCB Designer's Guide to WiFi

    A PCB Designer's Guide to WiFi

    WiFi printed circuit board technology from the beginning up to present day

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  • Solutions For Impossible PCB Designs

    Solutions For Impossible PCB Designs

    Learn how you can tackle high-speed and high-frequency PCB designs

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  • Managing Impedance in Your PDN

    Managing Impedance in Your PDN

    Your design data can be used in simulations to manage PDN impedance. Here’s how this works in PSpice from Cadence.

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  • Power Spectrum vs. Power Spectral Density: What Are You Measuring?

    Power Spectrum vs. Power Spectral Density: What Are You Measuring?

    What’s the difference between power spectrum vs power spectral density? Here’s how these important concepts relate to your signals.

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  • Harmonic Termination in Amplifier Design

    Harmonic Termination in Amplifier Design

    Analog signals can contain undesired harmonic components, but harmonic termination can be used to remove undesired frequency components.

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  • Forward Bias vs. Reverse Bias and their Effects on Diode Functionality

    Forward Bias vs. Reverse Bias and their Effects on Diode Functionality

    Forward and reverse biasing gives a circuit designer optimal control over a diode's functionality.

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  • Peak Envelope Power and Your RF Signal Chain Simulations

    Peak Envelope Power and Your RF Signal Chain Simulations

    You can optimize your signal chain to receive and transmit maximum peak envelope power with the right circuit simulator.

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  • What is a Pure(ly) Resistive Circuit and What are its Characteristics?

    What is a Pure(ly) Resistive Circuit and What are its Characteristics?

    A purely resistive circuit is a circuit that has inductance so small that at its typical frequency, its reactance is insignificant.

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  • Creating a Stackup to Manage Power Planes

    Creating a Stackup to Manage Power Planes

    There are several keys to laying out a successful multilayer design. Here’s more information on one of those, a board layer stackup to manage power planes.

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