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DDR5 vs. DDR6: Here's What to Expect in RAM Modules
What can designers expect in DDR5 vs DDR6? Here’s what you can expect for your next memory device.
How to Involve Customers in PCB Product Development
Follow our guide to learn about how to involve customers in your PCB product development process.
The IEEE P370 Standard for High Speed PCB Interconnects
Signal integrity engineers should pay attention to the IEEE P370 standard for characterizing interconnects out to 50 GHz.
My Favorite Altium Designer Keyboard Shortcuts and Viewing Features
If you want to be more productive in PCB design and layout, try out these common Altium Designer keyboard shortcuts.
PCB Layout for an LM358 Op-amp Circuit and Module
LM358 op-amp circuits are simple, yet they are still useful for low frequency analog applications. Here’s one example of a PCB layout you can create in Altium Designer.
What You Can Track in Your Altium Project History
You can easily track your Altium project history and revisions locally, or you can use the cloud storage features on Altium 365.
Managing PCB Polygon Pour and Copper Features in Complex Layouts
PCB polygon pour and copper features in your PCB layout need to be carefully managed, especially when collaborating with other designers.
LLC Resonant Converter Design and PCB Layout
You can use an LLC resonant converter design to provide stable DC power in your circuits. Here’s how to layout your LLC converter design.
Design Your Own USB-MicroSD Card Reader PCB
Altium Designer makes it easy to design your own USB-MicroSD card reader. Here’s a simple project to help you get started.
IEEE EPEPS 2020 Roundup: Get Ready for Advanced CAD and Modeling Techniques
SI/PI engineers and layout engineers presented their research work at this year’s IEEE EPEPS conference.
All About PCB Loss Tangent: What it Means and When it Matters
Do you know the PCB loss tangent for your laminate? Learn more about this important factor and how it affects your signals.
The NVIDIA-Arm Deal Will Expand Hardware for AI and Deep Learning
Read more about the recent NVIDIA-ARM deal and what it means for PCB designers.
Automotive Ethernet: Present and Future Design Requirements
Get ready for more cars to make greater use of automotive Ethernet. Here’s what systems designers and PCB designers can expect.
Embedded Systems Firmware and Hardware in the Cloud
Embedded systems firmware development is easier when your hardware designers and coders can work together in the cloud.
LVDS to LVPECL, CML, and Single-Ended Conversions
A lot is made of high speed interfaces for PCBs. Here’s how you interface between LVDS to LVPECL, CML, and other logic families.
WiFi 6 PCB Design Guide and 802.11 Standards
Your next PCB might need WiFi 6 capabilities. Here’s what you need to know about WiFi 6 PCB design and layout.
Neuromorphic Computing Chips Make Transistors Feel Obsolete
Intel’s upcoming platform for neuromorphic computing, the Loihi neuromorphic processor, reflects a broader trend in the AI hardware community, but you wouldn’t know it from looking at the packaging. The Loihi processor packs major changes to the underlying transistor architecture and uses a unique signaling method used for computation. Intel’s products and other chips from hardware startups are starting to resemble the functionality in the human