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  • Whiteboard Wednesday: Best Practices for PCB Part Placement Part 1

    Whiteboard Wednesday: Best Practices for PCB Part Placement Part 1

    PCB Part placement is a very important part of the design process as it will drive the success of the entire project. Part Placement effects everything from manufacturing to electrical...

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  • Whiteboard Wednesday: What is Impedance and Why Should You Care

    Whiteboard Wednesday: What is Impedance and Why Should You Care

    You learned about impedance in school, but how does it relate to PCB design? This episode of Whiteboard Wednesday will discuss impedance and how to implement controlled impedance in your designs.

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  • Whiteboard Wednesday: Via Selection

    Whiteboard Wednesday: Via Selection

    This episode of Whiteboard Wednesday will discuss Via Selection. This video will cover: - What is a via - The types of vias, what they are typically used for, and cost considerations - Why...

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  • OrCAD Engineering Data Management: Validation

    OrCAD Engineering Data Management: Validation

    Automatically generate a report that compares footprints versions placed on the board to the corresponding footprint found in your promoted library- verifying all parts are up to date.

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  • OrCAD Engineering Data Management: Libraries

    OrCAD Engineering Data Management: Libraries

    Reduce errors and save time with approved parts in OrCAD Engineering Data Management. Import schematic symbols, PCB footprints and pad stacks. Once components are approved, parts are promoted and...

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  • Whiteboard Wednesday: Best Practices for PCB Part Placement Part 2

    Whiteboard Wednesday: Best Practices for PCB Part Placement Part 2

    In our last Whiteboard Wednesday episode, Best Practices for PCB Part Placement Part 1, we reviewed the general guidelines for part placement, however there are a few other factors that need to...

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  • Whiteboard Wednesday: How to Measure Impedance

    Whiteboard Wednesday: How to Measure Impedance

    You understand the importance of controlling impedance in a PCB layout, but how is it accomplished? This episode of Whiteboard Wednesdays will discuss how to measure impedance.

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  • How does your stack-up, stackup?

    How does your stack-up, stackup?

    In this webinar, you'll learn: Why your stackup is critical to overall design success Key elements that comprise PCB board stack-ups (power planes, balance, flex / rigid-flex, etc) Material...

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  • OrCAD Engineering Data Management: Templates

    OrCAD Engineering Data Management: Templates

    Ensuring consistency with multiple engineers for all your designs can be an overwhelming task. With OrCAD Engineering Data Management, you can now include your company’s templates as part of...

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  • OrCAD Engineering Data Management: Titleblocks

    OrCAD Engineering Data Management: Titleblocks

    Preparing your design drawing data can be a tedious and time-consuming task, often prone to typos and errors. With OrCAD Engineering Data Management, you can now transfer this pertinent design...

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  • OrCAD Engineering Data Management: Package for Release

    OrCAD Engineering Data Management: Package for Release

    Properly executing the generation of manufacturing data is vital to the success of your board. OrCAD Engineering Data Management makes this process quick and error-free with the new Package for...

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  • Real-Time Part Selection

    Real-Time Part Selection

    New part creation can be time consuming and error-prone, OrCAD makes it simple without ever leaving your CAD environment with real-time part data.

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  • OrCAD CIP Release 5.0 Overview

    OrCAD CIP Release 5.0 Overview

    Learn how CIP 5.0 provides a complete library management solution for OrCAD users.

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  • Whiteboard Wednesday: Designing for Manufacturing and Assembly

    Whiteboard Wednesday: Designing for Manufacturing and Assembly

    This episode of Whiteboard Wednesday discusses how Designing for Manufacturing (DFMA) can help you reduce any potential manufacturing pitfalls. This episode will review factors you should consider...

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  • Whiteboard Wednesdays: Best Practices for Component Selection

    Whiteboard Wednesdays: Best Practices for Component Selection

    An overview on what factors need to be considered when choosing a part and their corresponding effect on a project.

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  • Whiteboard Wednesday: Understanding the Manufacturing Process Part 2

    Whiteboard Wednesday: Understanding the Manufacturing Process Part 2

    Part two of an overview of the printed circuit board manufacturing process and information designers need to keep in mind before sending their PCB to manufacturing.

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  • Whiteboard Wednesday: Understanding the Manufacturing Process Part 1

    Whiteboard Wednesday: Understanding the Manufacturing Process Part 1

    Part one of an overview of the printed circuit board manufacturing process and information designers need to keep in mind before sending their PCB to manufacturing.

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  • Whiteboard Wednesday: PCB Stackup

    Whiteboard Wednesday: PCB Stackup

    You've completed your schematic design and are ready to begin the PCB layout process, but where to begin? This episode of Whiteboard Wednesdays will discuss the PCB Stackup and what factors need...

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  • Whiteboard Wednesday: Fabrication Overview

    Whiteboard Wednesday: Fabrication Overview

    It is very important to give your manufacturer all the necessary information so your board is produced correctly, but what information does the manufacturer actually need to produce your board?...

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  • The Zero Touch BOM: Prevent Component Sourcing Issues Before they Happen

    The Zero Touch BOM: Prevent Component Sourcing Issues Before they Happen

    BOM denied. Redesign required. Dreaded words to any engineering team. Obsolete parts, RoHS / REACH compliance issues, inadequate stock, almost every engineer has been bitten by one of these issues...

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