Signal Integrity

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  • Analog Meets Digital: How Converters Can Make or Break Signal Performance

    Analog Meets Digital: How Converters Can Make or Break Signal Performance

    Converters are used in most devices but what makes a good converter “good” to begin with?

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  • Build and Design an Inverted-F Antenna Directly on Your PCB

    Build and Design an Inverted-F Antenna Directly on Your PCB

    These inverted-F PCB antenna design rules will help you connect PC and cellular devices.

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  • EMI Reducing PCB Shielding Techniques to Incorporate in Your Designs

    EMI Reducing PCB Shielding Techniques to Incorporate in Your Designs

    PCB Shielding techniques will help to reduce your EMI as well as helping with any potential crosstalk. Learn how to implement enclosures in your designs.

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  • PCB Noise Reduction with Linear Devices in Electronics

    PCB Noise Reduction with Linear Devices in Electronics

    Creative filter design does not have to be complicated. Learn how linear electronic devices work and how they can be used to build interesting filters.

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  • Keep the Petals on: Optimizing Daisy Chain Wired Communication

    Keep the Petals on: Optimizing Daisy Chain Wired Communication

    By learning how to optimize your daisy chain wired communication set-up, you can be prepared for designs in any stage of development.

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  • Interface an LED With an 8051 Microcontroller: Processes and Applications

    Interface an LED With an 8051 Microcontroller: Processes and Applications

    Interfacing an LED microcontroller can be difficult to design for, however, can also be within your best interests as a designer for your electronics.

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  • Avoid Signal Integrity Loss While Using a Fanout Strategy in Your PCB

    Avoid Signal Integrity Loss While Using a Fanout Strategy in Your PCB

    You’ll want to maintain your signal integrity in any PCB design. Signal integrity can be kept high when using fanout BGA traces in your PCB.

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  • GPS Antennas in Your PCB Design: You Won’t Get Lost Again

    GPS Antennas in Your PCB Design: You Won’t Get Lost Again

    If you want functioning GPS, you can add it on your PCB through antenna design and other signal integrity tips to manage its functionality.

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  • Preventing Ground Loops in Your PCB Design

    Preventing Ground Loops in Your PCB Design

    Ground loops cause serious signal integrity issues in electronic devices. Learn how to prevent ground loops in your PCB design.

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  • With RF Circuit Impedance in Mind Your Designs Won't Look Bird-Brained

    With RF Circuit Impedance in Mind Your Designs Won't Look Bird-Brained

    For RF circuits, impedance can be a real hassle to work through. With this understanding of the causes of impedance in mind, you’ll be able to clear it up.

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  • Crystal Oscillators in Your PCB Layout Keep Frequencies Steady

    Crystal Oscillators in Your PCB Layout Keep Frequencies Steady

    Learn how to incorporate crystal oscillators in your PCB layout and maintain signal integrity. These tips will keep your circuit board ticking far into the future.

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  • Important Considerations for Low Energy Bluetooth Design

    Important Considerations for Low Energy Bluetooth Design

    Bluetooth can always be improved, and with bluetooth low energy designs your product may continue to be reliable and stable throughout use.

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  • High Currents and Higher Temperatures: PCB Design Tips for Heat Management

    High Currents and Higher Temperatures: PCB Design Tips for Heat Management

    High current PCB devices can generate significant heat. While this is unavoidable, there are some design tips you can use to avoid device failure.

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  • Composite Amplifiers and How They Give the Best of Both Worlds

    Composite Amplifiers and How They Give the Best of Both Worlds

    If you are concerned about achieving both high precision and high power within your PCB design, composite amplifiers may be the combination answer you’re need.

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  • PCB Floorplanning: The First Step to PCB Design Integrity

    PCB Floorplanning: The First Step to PCB Design Integrity

    PCB floorplanning makes layout for minimizing noise and other RF signal issues much simpler than remembering all of Maxwell’s equations.

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  • Build Your RF Circuit Design Away From a Catastrophic Crescendo

    Build Your RF Circuit Design Away From a Catastrophic Crescendo

    Through proper care of your RF circuit designs and a strong understanding of signal integrity, voltage concerns, and ground planes, your PCBs will be making music too.

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  • Aspect Ratios and Their Importance to Multi-Layered PCBs

    Aspect Ratios and Their Importance to Multi-Layered PCBs

    Aspect ratios, vias, and annular rings all affect one another your design. Learning how they interact and the rules they follow will be important for multilayer PCBs

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  • PCB Layout Tips for Hall Effect Applications Keep Your Designs Positive

    PCB Layout Tips for Hall Effect Applications Keep Your Designs Positive

    By enabling magnetism and the Hall Effect within your PCB designs, you can make better usage of voltage and current. You will need some PCB layout tips to help get you there, though.

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  • RF Signal Chain and Link Budget Basics for IoT

    RF Signal Chain and Link Budget Basics for IoT

    Your devices need to communicate, but depending on how, a signal chain might be right. Learn link budget basics for your IoT device and find out.

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  • PCB Chassis Might Keep Your PCB Design From Exhausting Itself

    PCB Chassis Might Keep Your PCB Design From Exhausting Itself

    PCB chassis can give your designs the necessary protection and utility that you want from them, as well as keeping them functional throughout their use-periods.

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