Schematic Capture and Circuit Simulation

PCB Schematic Design Solution for the creation and documentation of electrical circuits.

  • Constraints in DDR Routing: The Expansive Power of Limits

    Constraints in DDR Routing: The Expansive Power of Limits

    Constraints in DDR routing enable a designer to manage tricky layout considerations with ease.

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  • DC Voltage Requirements for Electronic Devices on High-Speed PCBs

    DC Voltage Requirements for Electronic Devices on High-Speed PCBs

    The DC voltage requirements for electronic devices on high-speed boards present design challenges that are best overcome with design-analysis integration.

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  • Types of pH Sensors: Simulation and Design

    Types of pH Sensors: Simulation and Design

    Types of pH sensors include a spectrum of applications. It’s more important to know the sensitivity ranges you’d like to be testing for with your sensor.

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  • Energy in Inductors: Stored Energy and Operating Characteristics

    Energy in Inductors: Stored Energy and Operating Characteristics

    In order to know the energy in inductors, simulation and model parameters can go a long way to give your designs added security.

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  • Kirchhoff's Laws and Their Implication in PCB Design

    Kirchhoff's Laws and Their Implication in PCB Design

    Kirchhoff’s laws regarding current and voltage have implications on your circuitry. Using proper simulation allows you to account for voltage and current adequately.

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  • Electronic Component Symbols: The Revolutionary Catalyst or the Transistor

    Electronic Component Symbols: The Revolutionary Catalyst or the Transistor

    Learn how the transistor was the catalyst that brought about the creation of a systematic symbolic language to represent electronic components, enabling clear communication on schematics and between d

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  •  Effective Component Placement Layout In PCB Design

    Effective Component Placement Layout In PCB Design

    Effective component placement layout requires an understanding of the energy flow and power demands of your circuit as well as heat and noise management strategies.

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  • Flyback Transformer Design Tips For Beginners

    Flyback Transformer Design Tips For Beginners

    A flyback transformer is useful for high-efficiency energy storage and voltage conversion, however, matching peak primary current can be demanding on your designs.

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  • A Quick Look at Types of Resistors and Their Applications

    A Quick Look at Types of Resistors and Their Applications

    As part of the fundamental basics of Ohm’s law, resistors are used in most electronics. Here is a quick look at the types of resistors and their applications.

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  • Electrical Analogues of Simple Harmonic Motion in PCB Design

    Electrical Analogues of Simple Harmonic Motion in PCB Design

    Simple harmonic motion is actually an important concept in electronics. Here is how it relates to the response of oscillating circuits.

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  •  Frequency Domain vs Time Domain: Simulation, Models, and Signal Analysis

    Frequency Domain vs Time Domain: Simulation, Models, and Signal Analysis

    Importance of the time domain, frequency domain, and modal domain in the analysis of signals, functions, data and systems. Learn the three domains of signal analysis that engineers use to determine a

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  • Using Small Signal Analysis in Circuit Simulations

    Using Small Signal Analysis in Circuit Simulations

    Nonlinear circuits may have complicated response curves, but they don’t need to be complicated to analyze. Here’s how you can use small signal analysis.

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  • Defining an AC/DC Sweep Simulation Profile

    Defining an AC/DC Sweep Simulation Profile

    Looking to examine the response of your circuit? You’ll need to build a AC/DC sweep simulation profile. Here’s what you can learn with this analysis.

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  • What is Multiphysics and How Does it Relate to PCB Design?

    What is Multiphysics and How Does it Relate to PCB Design?

    Ever wonder what is a multiphysics simulation? Learn more about these important simulations in PCB design in this article.

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  • Translating Logical System Design into a PCB Layout

    Translating Logical System Design into a PCB Layout

    Take a look at the different diagrams you can use for logical system design when creating your next PCB.

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  • High Pass Filter Design Considerations and Beginner Tips

    High Pass Filter Design Considerations and Beginner Tips

    High pass filters prevent low frequency signals from affecting high frequency signals within your electronics.

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  • Audio Amplifier Class Comparisons and How to Simulate Them

    Audio Amplifier Class Comparisons and How to Simulate Them

    Understanding audio amplifier characteristics by identifying the amplifier class assists with circuit design.

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  • Building and Running a Simulation of a Circuit Design

    Building and Running a Simulation of a Circuit Design

    Whether working through high speed designs or high-power systems, simulation can be done to understand the behavior of an electronic circuit due to accurate models.

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  • How to Connect a Relay in a Circuit: Types of Relays and Uses

    How to Connect a Relay in a Circuit: Types of Relays and Uses

    Explore the fundamentals of electronic relays and methods for connecting relays into your PCB.

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  • Electronic Circuit Design: Stages and Top Considerations

    Electronic Circuit Design: Stages and Top Considerations

    Electronic circuit design can be difficult if you’re uncomfortable working through the process, or unfamiliar with the stages.

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