Signal Integrity

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  • Calculating Series Termination Resistance Values in Altium Designer

    Calculating Series Termination Resistance Values in Altium Designer

    Choosing the right series termination resistance value is just one way to terminate transmission lines and differential pairs.

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  • The Essential Tools You Need for PCB Design

    The Essential Tools You Need for PCB Design

    How do you compare PCB design tools for different board designs? Let’s take a look at the essential features you need from a PCB design software.

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  • Some LVDS PCB Layout Guidelines for Ensuring Signal Integrity

    Some LVDS PCB Layout Guidelines for Ensuring Signal Integrity

    What is LVDS and how do you work with it? Take a look at these LVDS PCB layout guidelines for more info.

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  • Designing a 6 Layer Stackup for Enhanced EMC

    Designing a 6 Layer Stackup for Enhanced EMC

    Designing the right stackup is all about ensuring signal integrity. Find out which 6 layer PCB stackup is right for your next board in this article.

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  • Removing Noise From Analog Signals in Your PCB

    Removing Noise From Analog Signals in Your PCB

    Analog signals are especially sensitive to noise. Here are some techniques for low noise analog PCB design.

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  • What You Need to Know About Choosing Embedded Modems for IoT

    What You Need to Know About Choosing Embedded Modems for IoT

    Embedded modems can make or break IoT hardware because internet connectivity is a key aspect of IoT. Learn more in this article.

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  • Build Your Own Patch Antenna for Your Next PCB

    Build Your Own Patch Antenna for Your Next PCB

    If you want to include a patch antenna on your PCB, you’ve got plenty of options. Learn more in this article.

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  • Carry Propagation Delay in High Speed Data Processing

    Carry Propagation Delay in High Speed Data Processing

    Learn how to compensate and account for carry propagation delay in high speed PCBs and ICs.

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  • PCB Design Tips for SRAM Users: How to Prevent Data Loss

    PCB Design Tips for SRAM Users: How to Prevent Data Loss

    Learn about SRAM, how it works, and top considerations for designing with SRAM while preventing data loss.

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  • Design Guidelines for Your Next Wireless PCB

    Design Guidelines for Your Next Wireless PCB

    If you’re jumping into PCB antenna design, here are some important design points to consider.

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  • How Autorouters Help Expedite Design

    How Autorouters Help Expedite Design

    If you’re tired of routing by hand, try using the only design package with the best PCB autorouter.

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  • Addressing Forward and Backward Crosstalk in PCB Design

    Addressing Forward and Backward Crosstalk in PCB Design

    Forward and backward crosstalk can ruin signal integrity. Learn more about suppressing crosstalk in this article.

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  • Breaking Down High Speed Design: Switching Speed, Rise Time, and EMI Coupling

    Breaking Down High Speed Design: Switching Speed, Rise Time, and EMI Coupling

    Your next PCB could be running at high speed and you wouldn’t realize it. Learn more about what is considered a high speed PCB.

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  • Layout Guidelines for Embedded Power Supplies

    Layout Guidelines for Embedded Power Supplies

    Some simple layout guidelines can help you maintain power integrity and signal integrity in your next PCB.

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  • Differential Pair Impedance: Using a Calculator to Design Your PCB

    Differential Pair Impedance: Using a Calculator to Design Your PCB

    Learn about the best uses and drawbacks of differential pair impedance calculators in this article.

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  • How to Expand Input and Output for a Microcontroller

    How to Expand Input and Output for a Microcontroller

    Choosing a higher pin-count microcontroller can mean increased component costs. When your microcontroller reaches its I/O pin limit, you can expand its input and output with a few methods.

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  • Test Out and Validate High-Speed Designs with Signal Integrity Simulation

    Test Out and Validate High-Speed Designs with Signal Integrity Simulation

    Simulate and tune signal integrity into your nodes with an easy-to-use high-speed simulator

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  • When to Prefer a Longer Trace Over an Additional Via

    When to Prefer a Longer Trace Over an Additional Via

    If you need to choose between a longer trace or additional vias in your PCB, here are some things to consider.

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  • Addressing Skew Sources in High Speed PCBs

    Addressing Skew Sources in High Speed PCBs

    Some simple component and material choices can help compensate skew in high speed PCBs.

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  • Impedance Management through PCB Stackup Design with Reference Planes

    Impedance Management through PCB Stackup Design with Reference Planes

    You can control impedance in your PCB by adjusting trace sizes or by adjusting the dielectric properties.

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