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Embrace the Versatility of Design Engineering with Electronic Applications
The versatility of design engineering can include 3D modeling, multi-board enclosures, managing EMI and other signal and power integrity demands, and more.
What is the Importance of Tolerance in Manufacturing?
Achieving precise tolerances throughout your PCB design reduces errors and speeds the design to manufacturing process.
How to Design and Simulate an Impedance Matching Network
Some high speed and high frequency layouts may require designing an impedance matching network. Take a look at some possible networks in this article.
Independent and Dependent Voltage Source Problems in Simulations
What makes a voltage source dependent? Here’s how you can use a circuit simulation package for independent and dependent voltage source problems.
Creating and Analyzing an RF Bandpass Filter Simulation
As RF devices usually require higher order filters, using an RF bandpass filter simulation can greatly aid the design process.
Differential Pair Signal Analysis: Clarifying Signals and Routing
Design teams can eliminate EMI and noise with carefully differential routing and analysis of differential signals.
The PCB Soldering Process for Your Circuit Board Design
Once the design is done there are different ways that manufacturers will solder the board. Here’s a description of the PCB soldering process that might be used.
How To Eliminate Crosstalk In Your High-speed PCB Design
Learn how to eliminate unwanted interference in your PCB design.
A Brief Primer On the Different Types of PCB Vias
Learn about the different types of vias, including through holes, blind vias, and buried vias.
Trust the Best PCB Design Guidelines to Lead You to Success
PCB design guidelines should not be feared and instead be looked at as valuable tools that will help us navigate our way through the design process.
How to Prevent Clock Skew in PCB Design
Clock skew involves data signals being improperly sent and received. Preventing clock skew is important for your device working properly.
Compensating Thermal Effects in Mechatronic Systems
Precision mechanical control can best be achieved by compensating thermal effects in mechatronic systems. Here are some design tips for mechatronic control systems.
Common DFM “Gotchas”
Technical questions that you should solve before you share your data with the factory.
Differential Signaling Demystified
Differential signaling is a sophisticated technique for overcoming the limitations of single-ended PCB design.
How the Total Etch Length Tool Makes Routing Differential Pairs Easier
Find out how to keep your differential pair trace lengths equal with OrCAD’s Total Etch Length feature.
Designing a Photodiode Circuit for Your Next PCB
Whether you need a simple optical sensor or you need to receive modulated optical pulses, you’ll need the right photodiode circuit.
Electronics Design for IoT Architecture Involves Smart Device Integration
In order for your electronics design for IoT architecture to work you must consider the broader picture of signal strength, environment, and interactions with other devices.
What is a Guard Ring and How to Design It Properly
Learning what a guard ring is and how proper design techniques behind it can help your circuits is a process worth knowing.
PCB Design Tips to Reduce Electronics Waste
Reducing electronics waste is an endeavor that can be begun throughout all stages of the design and production process. Utilizing smart guidelines makes it easier.
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