Power Integrity

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  • Smart Self-Check Process to Optimize Power-Up for Embedded Systems

    Smart Self-Check Process to Optimize Power-Up for Embedded Systems

    Embedded systems can be difficult to optimize in your designs. Their power-up processes are vital to ensuring operation success, and a smart self-check helps.

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  • Managing Your Audio Power Supply Designs: Tips for Circuit Design

    Managing Your Audio Power Supply Designs: Tips for Circuit Design

    You’ll need to orient yourself to some specific necessities when you’re working through an audio power supply design.

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  •  DC Power Supply Protection from Unexpected Damage and Inconvenience

    DC Power Supply Protection from Unexpected Damage and Inconvenience

    Keeping your DC power supply input protected will ensure that your device remains functional despite any environmental catastrophe.

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  • Tips for Minimizing Power Consumption in Your Embedded System

    Tips for Minimizing Power Consumption in Your Embedded System

    Like with any power distribution problem, you’ll want to plan out a power budget so as to maintain your ideal power consumption in your embedded system.

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  • Why Startup Transition is a Concern for Embedded Systems

    Why Startup Transition is a Concern for Embedded Systems

    Startup transition in embedded systems is a necessary process to be mindful of and to prepare your circuit boards for.

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  • How an Electrolytic Capacitor PDN Issue Almost Brought Down a Building

    How an Electrolytic Capacitor PDN Issue Almost Brought Down a Building

    A TDK-Lambda rep was outsmarted by a maintenance technician in a PDNA issue. Find out how he did it, and what role electrolytic capacitors play.

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  • Isolated vs Non-Isolated Power Supplies: The Right Choice Without Fail

    Isolated vs Non-Isolated Power Supplies: The Right Choice Without Fail

    Your power networking is as important for your design as anything. Explore the benefits associated with using an isolated power supply vs a non-isolated supply.

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  • Be the Expert When it Comes to Designing Your Power Distribution PCB

    Be the Expert When it Comes to Designing Your Power Distribution PCB

    Power simulators or multiple prototype builds can cost time and money. Be the expert in your next power distribution PCB design by using a PDN analyzer tool.

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  • For Your DC Power Application, Which Switching Power Supply Topology is Right?

    For Your DC Power Application, Which Switching Power Supply Topology is Right?

    There is a significant history in power distribution, get to know the switching mode power supplies for your DC power applications.

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  • Practice Makes Perfect: How to Test Electronic Components during PCB Design

    Practice Makes Perfect: How to Test Electronic Components during PCB Design

    Don’t foul your design in its last minutes, practice during design by testing electronic components on your circuit board.

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  • Designing Your PDN to Work Within Your PCB Layout Guidelines

    Designing Your PDN to Work Within Your PCB Layout Guidelines

    Designing a circuit board power distribution network can be a challenge. Here's how a PDN analyzer can help you to work within your PCB layout guidelines.

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  • See Where You are Going with Your PCB Power Distribution Network Design

    See Where You are Going with Your PCB Power Distribution Network Design

    Having a good power distribution network design is an important part of designing a PCB. A PDN analyzer can help by showing you the best PDN configuration.

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  • Riding the Wave: When Wave Soldering is the Best PCB Soldering Process

    Riding the Wave: When Wave Soldering is the Best PCB Soldering Process

    Just like you shouldn’t go surfing in February in Maine, you should know when wave soldering is the best option for your PCB.

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  • Don’t Just Resolve Your New Year, (PCB) Design It

    Don’t Just Resolve Your New Year, (PCB) Design It

    Keep your designs heading to the future with Altium’s PCB design resolutions for the new year.

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  • Order Up! Finding Your Chef Voice in Mixed Voltage PCB Design

    Order Up! Finding Your Chef Voice in Mixed Voltage PCB Design

    It’s not fun to lose your voice, so why make your PCB yell itself raw in a mixed voltage PCB design?

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  • Backroads or Highway: Managing PCB Power Distribution with a PDN Analyzer

    Backroads or Highway: Managing PCB Power Distribution with a PDN Analyzer

    Getting stuck in traffic is not a joyful experience for anybody. Having your PCB power supplies get stuck in traffic can be disastrous for your design. Learn how to minimize your risk.

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  • Don’t Get Caught Sleeping: Resolve PCB Power Distribution Problems

    Don’t Get Caught Sleeping: Resolve PCB Power Distribution Problems

    The power delivery network of your PCB design can cause problems if not laid out correctly. See how a PDN analyzer can help your PCB power distribution.

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  • No, I Don’t Want to Make a U-turn: Guidelines for PCB Trace Routing

    No, I Don’t Want to Make a U-turn: Guidelines for PCB Trace Routing

    Sometimes, you need to trust the map. Sometimes, your intuition is more accurate. This applies as much to traffic as it does to pcb trace routing.

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  • Take Your Shoes Off: Modular Design Tips for Obsolescence Management

    Take Your Shoes Off: Modular Design Tips for Obsolescence Management

    Don’t suffer from blisters and poor ankle support with your modular designs, learn how to make your transition easy.

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  • Give Them No Quarter: Preventing PIC Microcontroller Code from Being Duplicated

    Give Them No Quarter: Preventing PIC Microcontroller Code from Being Duplicated

    If you get your code pirated, you might as well started scrubbing the poop deck or you might be finding yourself in Davy Jones’ Locker.

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