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What are the steps in PCB design?
The input to the PCB design process is typically an electronic schematic and a list of parts that are to be used or the BOM. Modern PCB design is done on software or EDA tools that can be downloaded for free or bought from vendors. The output of the PCB design process is a set of files called Gerbers. These files are used by a fabricator to make the PCBs.
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2013-06-11 Address jitter, noise with DDR4 (Part 2)
Learn about the DDR4 eye mask and how it can be used to improve designs.
2011-09-05 Address issues in capacitive-touch interface design (Part 2)
Here's a look at production tuning, one-time compensation, and dynamic compensation.
2011-09-01 Address issues in capacitive-touch interface design (Part 1)
Know how to enhance hardware and software reliability of this increasingly popular user interface for consumer products.
2007-09-03 Address high-speed bus challenges at low cost
With industry experts now predicting data rates as high as 20Gbps within 10 years, some fundamental practices must change.
2007-07-12 ADCs target high-speed, high-density applications
Targeted at high-speed, high-density applications, a family of ADCs from TI offers choices in channel density, resolution, and SNR vs. spurious-free dynamic range tradeoff.
2006-03-29 ADCs handle 250MSps for cable and wireless
Analog Devices' AD9230 ADC is designed to bring greater efficiencies to wireless infrastructure and reduced power consumption and footprint to cable applications.
2005-06-29 ADC mixes excellent AC performance, extremely low power
A 125MS/s, 14-bit analog to digital converter (ADC) that promises excellent AC performance and extremely low power was recently announced by Linear Technology Corp
2013-12-04 ADC in SoC: Mere placeholder or vital subsection?
Evaluating an integrated ADC in an SoC can be a little bit trickier than evaluating an external ADC.
2005-06-16 ADC consumes 49% less power
A 125MS/s, 14-bit analog-to-digital converter (ADC) that features excellent AC performance and extremely low power was released by Linear Tech.
2013-07-16 Adapting a PCIe design to specific app needs
With the appropriate mix of PCIe clock generators and buffers, embedded systems developers can address the unique requirements of various applications.
2005-02-25 Adapters.com expands Chip-Changer line
Adapters.com expanded its Chip-Changer adapter product line, with the new Chip-Changers designed for 40-pin and 48-pin TSOP Type-I IC packages.
2006-05-04 Active surge suppression module enables fast power system design
XP Power has introduced a filtering and active surge suppression module that enables fast design of military specification power systems using industrial DC/DC converters.
2005-04-01 Acquisition brings MultiSim tool to NI
National Instruments has acquired Electronics Workbench, purveyor of the popular MultiSim board-level simulation package.
2015-11-12 Achieve consistent differential interconnect measurements
Making sense of a production floor test result in terms of the R&D environment result is difficult. Here is look at a new measurement system touted to solve this problem.
2008-07-09 AC/DC switching supplies handle EMC noise
Astrodyne has added 30W units to the ECA Series of ultraminiature encapsulated switching power supplies for EMC noise compliance to EN 60601-1-2:2001.
2008-08-14 AC/DC switch supplies enhance EMC capacity
Astrodyne has expanded its Ethernet as the first mile (EFM) series of ultraminiature open-frame modular switching power supplies for EMC noise compliance to EN55022, Class B.
2007-01-12 AC/DC supply offers Class II system protection
XP Power's latest compact desktop AC/DC power supply, the PDM60, provides Class II system protection.
2008-03-11 AC/DC power conversion ICs roll in small packaging
Power Integrations announced the availability of its TOPSwitch-HX series of AC/DC power conversion ICs in the new eSIP-7C Eco-Single-Inline-package.
2008-07-30 AC/DC power conversion ICs have low-profile
Power Integrations announced an ultra-low-profile package called eSIP-L for its TOPSwitch-HX family of AC/DC power conversion ICs.
2006-05-29 AC/DC family adds rugged 30W modules
Bear Power Supplies has added a line of rugged 30W AC/DC converters to its family of 5W, 10W and 15W encapsulated supplies for commercial, industrial and medical applications.
2008-08-01 AC/DC converter offers high I/O isolation
Aimtec has released the AMEL5-MAZ series of AC/DC switching power supplies that deliver high I/O isolation of 4000Vac within a wide industrial operating temperature range from 40C to +80C.
2009-01-12 A whole new world for debugging
Debugging of today's systems differs from debugging older designs from, say, 20 or more years ago, whether in prototype, production, or field situations.
2016-02-25 A primer on signal bandwidth
As the speed of analogue and digital designs increases, we need an even more thorough understanding of the errors caused by insufficient bandwidth.
2015-12-30 A primer on debugging video apps and beyond
Starting with the review of the application and culminating with the submission of parts through official failure analysis channels, this guide attempts to provide as comprehensive a framework as possible.
2011-09-27 A primer on 3D-IC design challenges
Know the 3D-IC design challenges such as system exploration, floorplanning, analysis, and design for test (DFT), and learn how designs will evolve as 3D-IC goes on to become a necessity for managing power, performance, form factor, and cost goals.
2010-05-17 A closer look at LVDS
Defined in the ANSI/TIA/EIA-644 specification, LVDS is the most common differential interface.
2015-11-23 8bit MCUs aims to offer notable analogue performance
The EFM8LB1 Laser Bee MCUs from Silicon Labs combine high-speed ADC, multiple DACs, a highly accurate temperature sensor, two comparators and a 72MHz 8051 core with up to 64KB of flash.
2015-03-05 8bit MCUs aimed at low-power IoT apps
The EFM8 devices from Silicon Labs are highly integrated, peripheral-rich MCUs geared for exceptional price/performance value, ultra-low-power capacitive touch control and USB connectivity.
2006-12-13 8bit MCU family qualifies for automotive apps
STMicroelectronics has announced that its ST7FMC MCU family has been qualified to meet the demands of the automotive market.
2009-05-08 8bit LCD MCUs suit industrial, automotive apps
Adding to its growing portfolio of microcontroller solutions for LCD-based applications, Freescale Semiconductor has introduced the MC9S08LG32 MCU family for industrial applications.
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