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  • Hardware Startup Questions: Beginning to Realize Your Electronics Dreams

    Hardware Startup Questions: Beginning to Realize Your Electronics Dreams

    By walking step-by-step through your main hardware startup questions, you can learn how to get your product design to first pass manufacturing and beyond.

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  • Picking the Right Bluetooth Antenna for Your PCB Design

    Picking the Right Bluetooth Antenna for Your PCB Design

    Layout and signal are achieved so long as you maintain strong design best practices. Compare different types of Bluetooth antennas and explore the best PCB design practices for Bluetooth devices.

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  • Suppress Noise and EMI in Your PCB With the Right Analog Filter Design

    Suppress Noise and EMI in Your PCB With the Right Analog Filter Design

    You won’t want to muck through poor signal integrity in your circuit boards. Add the right active or passive filter to keep signal integrity high and suppress EMI.

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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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  • Coatings vs Resins for Your PCB: What’s Best for Providing Protection?

    Coatings vs Resins for Your PCB: What’s Best for Providing Protection?

    There are a plethora of differences in the levels of protection coatings and resins offer your PCB. Which is best for you?

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  • Manufacturing Startup Costs: Budget for Tests and Success

    Manufacturing Startup Costs: Budget for Tests and Success

    Design, components, testing, and manufacturing costs are a major challenge for any hardware startup. Learn how to manage all of it with these budgeting tips.

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  • Electronic Hardware Startup Tips: From Idea to Manufacturing

    Electronic Hardware Startup Tips: From Idea to Manufacturing

    Everyone has those napkin-sketch type of ideas, but not everyone makes them into a reality. Ensure your electronic hardware startup succeeds with these tips.

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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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  •  Dual-Band PCB Antenna Design: Keeping Your EMI In-Line

    Dual-Band PCB Antenna Design: Keeping Your EMI In-Line

    Design dual-band antennas and place them in your layout using PCB design software.

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  • 3D Printing and PCB Design: Good Things Come in Three

    3D Printing and PCB Design: Good Things Come in Three

    In order to optimize your capabilities for manufacturing, prototyping, and designing, utilizing 3D printing and PCB design tools will take you far.

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  • Circular Product Design and PCBs for a Healthier World

    Circular Product Design and PCBs for a Healthier World

    Looking at several techniques of updating your PCB design process so as to involve a circular product design that encourages healthy environmental practices.

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  • Peeling Back the Layers: Electronic PCB Stackup

    Peeling Back the Layers: Electronic PCB Stackup

    Defining your electronic PCB layers optimizes your design and keeps manufacturing costs to a minimum for a happy supply chain budget.

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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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  • 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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  • Design Medical Devices for Internet of Things and Your Hardware Capabilities

    Design Medical Devices for Internet of Things and Your Hardware Capabilities

    If you are looking to design medical devices with internet of things capabilities, you’ll need to keep track of hardware, application, and user necessities.

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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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  • Rigid Flex PCBs and Your Future: Smart, Effective Designing

    Rigid Flex PCBs and Your Future: Smart, Effective Designing

    Your rigid flex PCB design has more benefits than you can count, but we’ll try anyway. Keep it in mind for your next PCB design.

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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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