Schematic Capture and Circuit Simulation

PCB Schematic Design Solution for the Creation and Documentation of Electrical Circuits

  • Audio Circuits in Action - Any Card Can Be a Sound Card

    Audio Circuits in Action - Any Card Can Be a Sound Card

    A typical feature of many animals is that their ears pivot independently of their head. We have our general hearing and then we have focused hearing. We want our machines to have the same ability.

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  • Choosing Types of Pins For Your PCB Design

    Choosing Types of Pins For Your PCB Design

    The types of pins used in your circuits impacts everything like signals, temperature, voltage, and current.

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  • Configuring For DC Power Supply Limitations

    Configuring For DC Power Supply Limitations

    DC power supply limitations include proper traces, ground plane management, and component selection.

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  • Steady State vs. Transient State in System Design and Stability Analysis

    Steady State vs. Transient State in System Design and Stability Analysis

    The importance of determining the steady state and the transient state is critical to proper circuit design and system stability.

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  • Superposition Theorem: Independent Sources and Circuit  Design

    Superposition Theorem: Independent Sources and Circuit Design

    Studying the superposition theorem for circuit management allows for greater understandings of your PDNs.

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  • Circuit Design Software to Ease Your Production Process

    Circuit Design Software to Ease Your Production Process

    Circuit design software is there to ensure your PCB designs get out the door as seamlessly as possible.

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  • Managing Variable and Constant Temperature Circuits

    Managing Variable and Constant Temperature Circuits

    Variable and constant temperature circuits require attention to AC load and overall electronic functionality needs.

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  • Using a Varactor Diode In a Tuning Circuit

    Using a Varactor Diode In a Tuning Circuit

    Varactor diodes are used in a number of systems that require voltage-controlled tuning. Here are some important applications.

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  • Thevenin and Norton Equivalent Circuits

    Thevenin and Norton Equivalent Circuits

    Thevenin and Norton equivalent circuit can be found and simulated for using smart simulation tools in your circuit design.

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  • Junction Temperature vs. Ambient Temperature: Transistor Temperature Operability

    Junction Temperature vs. Ambient Temperature: Transistor Temperature Operability

    The junction temperature is dependent on ambient temperature, and thus, it affects the design and overall device’s applicational uses.

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  • Understanding Low Voltage Power Supply in PCB Design

    Understanding Low Voltage Power Supply in PCB Design

    Low voltage power supply design requires an intensive understanding of the voltage requirements for your various components, and managing proper trace width techniques.

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  • What is Nonlinear FEA and What Attributes to the Source of Nonlinearity?

    What is Nonlinear FEA and What Attributes to the Source of Nonlinearity?

    The use of Nonlinear FEA is essential in solving PDEs, and it provides the ability to estimate the aggregate effects of small changes.

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  • High Voltage Circuit Design Guidelines and Materials

    High Voltage Circuit Design Guidelines and Materials

    High voltage circuit designs require careful attention to the sensitivity of the materials and components you’ve selected within your circuit.

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  • Bad Alternator Diodes: Automotive Systems and Electronic Design

    Bad Alternator Diodes: Automotive Systems and Electronic Design

    When working with your automotive designs, you might encounter a bad alternator diode. Smarter automotive system design can help decrease vulnerabilities.

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  • Analyzing Noise Power Spectral Density in Your Electronics

    Analyzing Noise Power Spectral Density in Your Electronics

    You can identify noise sources by looking at the noise power spectral density for your continuous time signals.

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  • PN Junction Diodes: Voltage Characteristics

    PN Junction Diodes: Voltage Characteristics

    PN junction diodes require conductivity management and require a keen eye for voltage designs.

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  • What is Signal to Noise Ratio and How to calculate it?

    What is Signal to Noise Ratio and How to calculate it?

    The signal-to-noise ratio is the ratio between the desired information or the power of a signal and the undesired signal or the power of the background noise.

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  • Electro-Static Discharge and How You Can Contain It

    Electro-Static Discharge and How You Can Contain It

    At one time or another, we’ve all shuffled across a rug and touched a door handle or other metal object only to feel the zap of static electricity.

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  • RF Oscillator Circuits: Design and Layout with ICs

    RF Oscillator Circuits: Design and Layout with ICs

    Here are some simple circuits that can be designed up to GHz RF oscillators and how to include these oscillator circuits in your PCB layout.

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  • Determining SPICE Model Parameters for Transistors Easily and Accurately

    Determining SPICE Model Parameters for Transistors Easily and Accurately

    Do you know the best way to determine SPICE model parameters for transistors? Read this blog to learn how easily and accurately.

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