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  • Layout Tips for Flex PCB Design

    Layout Tips for Flex PCB Design

    Working with flex PCB designs has some unique differences from a regular PCB layout. If this is new for you, here is some information that may help you.

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  • Understanding Grid Basics in PCB Design

    Understanding Grid Basics in PCB Design

    Grid basics for PCB design will help you to maintain a better design flow when laying out your circuit board for electronic production.

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  • PWM LEDs: Pulse Width Modulation for Dimming Systems and Other Applications

    PWM LEDs: Pulse Width Modulation for Dimming Systems and Other Applications

    PWM is ideally suited for applications needing to maintain specific characteristics of the LED, for example, efficiency, color, or temperature.

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  • What is a Linear Bilateral Network and What are its Characteristics?

    What is a Linear Bilateral Network and What are its Characteristics?

    A linear bilateral network exhibits a linear relationship, and yet simultaneously, the magnitude of the current is separate from the polarity of the voltage.

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  • Adjustments to Default CAD Settings to Ease Life as a PCB Designer

    Adjustments to Default CAD Settings to Ease Life as a PCB Designer

    To be more productive with your PCB design tools, there are many different default CAD settings that you can change. Here is more information on how that works.

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  • Bistable Multivibrator Design and Simulation

    Bistable Multivibrator Design and Simulation

    Remember the 555 timer? Newer bistable multivibrator circuits can take pulse triggering applications to the next level.

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  • Shockley Diode Characteristics, Thyristors, and SCRs

    Shockley Diode Characteristics, Thyristors, and SCRs

    Here are the important Shockley diode characteristics and how these devices form the basis of thyristors.

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  • Non Conformal Coating on Printed Circuit Boards

    Non Conformal Coating on Printed Circuit Boards

    For the best protection around sensitive printed circuit boards, here is some information on what non conformal coatings are and how they should be used.

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  • Balanced Modulators in Analog Designs

    Balanced Modulators in Analog Designs

    You’ll need to know about amplitude modulation and signal integrity when working with balanced modulator circuits in your designs.

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  • Understanding IPC Conformal Coating Standards

    Understanding IPC Conformal Coating Standards

    To understand the requirements for conformal coating on your printed circuit board, it is a good idea to start with the IPC conformal coating standards.

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  • Current Optimization Techniques for Electronic Hardware Design

    Current Optimization Techniques for Electronic Hardware Design

    Current optimization techniques will be useful for any circuit designer looking to make their circuits efficient and reliable.

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  • Cascaded Amplifier Gain, Noise Figures, and Distortion

    Cascaded Amplifier Gain, Noise Figures, and Distortion

    Make sure that your signal integrity is sound, and any excess noise or EMI is taken care of when using cascaded amplifiers.

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  • Boost Converter Design and Simulation

    Boost Converter Design and Simulation

    Designing a boost converter? Here’s how you can create and simulate your next boost converter design and how it differs from a buck converter.

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  • Best Tips for Routing With Vias in PCB Design

    Best Tips for Routing With Vias in PCB Design

    Routing with vias in PCBs can be tricky for managing signal integrity needs, temperature needs, and still maintaining current and voltage necessities.

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  • Acoustic Impedance and Your Audio Electronics

    Acoustic Impedance and Your Audio Electronics

    Acoustic impedance creating sound problems in your audio system? Make sure to apply impedance bridging between a source/load.

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  • Circuit Board Conformal Coating 101

    Circuit Board Conformal Coating 101

    To protect your circuit boards in their operating environment, you should consider circuit board conformal coating. Here is more information about that.

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  • Distinguishing IIP3 vs. OIP3 in Power Amplifiers

    Distinguishing IIP3 vs. OIP3 in Power Amplifiers

    Working with power amplifiers? You’ll need to watch for IIP3 vs. OIP3 due to saturation in your power amplifier.

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  • Understanding Component Model Parameters for Electronic Circuit Design

    Understanding Component Model Parameters for Electronic Circuit Design

    Component model parameters are important to ensure for circuit design integrity and reliability.

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  • Tips for Finding Current in a Circuit

    Tips for Finding Current in a Circuit

    There are many effective complications to finding current in a circuit, or calculating the current of a circuit before production for proper design management.

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  • Differential Thermal Analysis and PCB Substrate Glass Transitions

    Differential Thermal Analysis and PCB Substrate Glass Transitions

    Need to measure the CTE value for your PCB substrate? Try using differential thermal analysis.

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