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  • Using Net Classifications to Optimize Your PCB Layout

    Using Net Classifications to Optimize Your PCB Layout

    PCB layout net classifications can help organize your design and you keep track of all of your different routing rules and constraints.

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  • SPICE Model Parameters for Semiconductor Components

    SPICE Model Parameters for Semiconductor Components

    Here are the typical SPICE model parameters you’ll need to create components and subcircuits for your circuit simulations.

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  • High Current DC Voltage Management in Power Systems with PSpice

    High Current DC Voltage Management in Power Systems with PSpice

    High current DC voltages can be dangerous in systems that are not designed properly. Here’s how you can keep your system safe and functional.

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  • The Benefits of a Vast Footprint Library in Your PCB Design

    The Benefits of a Vast Footprint Library in Your PCB Design

    Not only will a footprint library in PCB design help your design workflow to be more organized, it can cut down on your design time and improve quality.

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  • Understanding Flyback Power Supply Design and Simulation

    Understanding Flyback Power Supply Design and Simulation

    Flyback power supply design involves multiple variables that create significant problems for designers and end users.

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  • Using a Switching Regulator vs. Linear Regulator for DC-DC Conversion

    Using a Switching Regulator vs. Linear Regulator for DC-DC Conversion

    Do you need a switching regulator vs. linear regulator? Here’s how to bring each type of regulator into your power conversion strategy.

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  • What are the Maximum Power Output and Data Transfer Rates for the USB Standards?

    What are the Maximum Power Output and Data Transfer Rates for the USB Standards?

    The maximum power output of any USB port is dependent on the hardware’s generation standard.

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  • Parametric Amplifier Circuit Simulation and Applications

    Parametric Amplifier Circuit Simulation and Applications

    A parametric amplifier circuit is an advanced low-noise amplifier. These circuits can be complex, but simulations are easier with the right design tools.

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  • Multi-Board ECAD Schematic for System Design

    Multi-Board ECAD Schematic for System Design

    To reduce time and expense from the traditional single board design process, take a look at how the multi-board ECAD schematic for system design can help.

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  • Tools for Simulation of Power Electronics

    Tools for Simulation of Power Electronics

    You can run a SPICE-based simulation of power electronics with the right design and analysis tools.

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  • Managing Grids in PCB Design for Maximum Effect

    Managing Grids in PCB Design for Maximum Effect

    By learning the best tricks in managing grids in PCB design, you can help yourself to create cleaner schematics, and more efficiently organized PCB layouts.

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  • What You Can Learn From a Frequency Sweep Test

    What You Can Learn From a Frequency Sweep Test

    You can learn plenty about your circuits from a frequency sweep test. Here’s when to use one and what you can learn about your system.

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  • Generating PCB Footprints for Your First Layout

    Generating PCB Footprints for Your First Layout

    A PCB is only as good as the underlying library. Your vendors want you to succeed so they provide the information you need.

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  • Multi-Board PCB Design Process Overview for Setting Up and Organizing Your Designs

    Multi-Board PCB Design Process Overview for Setting Up and Organizing Your Designs

    Today’s complex system designs are demanding a lot more from the PCB designer. Here is a multi-board PCB design process overview that is designed to 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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  • DC Operating Point Study: A BJT Transistor

    DC Operating Point Study: A BJT Transistor

    Working with the DC operating point or Q point of a component takes an understanding of the effect current has on a device.

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  • What Is PDN impedance And Why It Matters

    What Is PDN impedance And Why It Matters

    PDN impedance is a serious affliction for your power delivery network designs and can be mitigated early with proper simulation, modeling, and transient analysis.

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  • How Current Loads Affect Signals

    How Current Loads Affect Signals

    See how current loads affect signals in the frequency domain and time domain using the analysis tools in PSpice.

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  • First Pass Success by Defining PCB Design Constraints

    You can save yourself a lot of problems during the design of your printed circuit board and when it is being assembled by defining PCB design constraints first.

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  • Qualifications of an Analog Design Engineer

    Qualifications of an Analog Design Engineer

    An analog design engineer is and will be around for quite a while, working through the specifications of analog necessities in circuit designs.

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