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  • URLLC Use Cases in Healthcare and Beyond

    URLLC Use Cases in Healthcare and Beyond

    Learn how URLLC use cases are changing a variety of industries, including supporting medical technology advancements.

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  • Power Supply Design for Embedded Systems

    Power Supply Design for Embedded Systems

    Power supply design for embedded systems requires some knowledge of the hardware and software components that support the device.

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  • QFN Package Thermal Resistance Supports High Power Applications

    QFN Package Thermal Resistance Supports High Power Applications

    Learn how QFN package thermal resistance supports high power applications.

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  • Key Considerations for Linear Power Supply Design

    Key Considerations for Linear Power Supply Design

    Learn how to create a basic linear power supply design, including applications and design tips.

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  • Exploring Topologies: DC Power Supply Design Basics

    Exploring Topologies: DC Power Supply Design Basics

    DC power supply design basics include some of the forks in topology, such as linear versus switched mode power supply and isolation versus non-isolation.

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  • Electronic Product Design and Development

    Electronic Product Design and Development

    Electronic product design and development is financially motivated by any moderate-and-up PCB lot size and operates by minimizing cost incrementally.

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  • Should You Use an Optocoupler or Optotriac for AC Isolation?

    Should You Use an Optocoupler or Optotriac for AC Isolation?

    Two types of optical isolators – optocouplers and optotriacs – are discussed in this guide.

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  • What Casues Skew in SMD Components?

    What Casues Skew in SMD Components?

    Skew in an SMD component originates from uneven solder temperature distribution across SMD pads. Learn about how to overcome these problems in this article.

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  •  Via-in-Pad Myths and Realities

    Via-in-Pad Myths and Realities

    Via-in-pad is required when densities get very high in a PCB layout. Learn more about when to use via-in-pad and overcome some myths about this design practice.

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  • Analyzing IoT Networking Components and Their Associated Challenges

    Analyzing IoT Networking Components and Their Associated Challenges

    IoT networking components are a delicate balance between different (often contradictory) design choices and performance must be analyzed from multiple angles.

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  • Electrolytic Capacitor Use and Design

    Electrolytic Capacitor Use and Design

    Electrolytic capacitor use is very similar to standard capacitor use; however, electrolytic capacitors are more volumetrically-efficient sources of capacitance.

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  • QFN Package Process Flow: Advantages and Types

    QFN Package Process Flow: Advantages and Types

    Learn more about the QFN package process flow, including its advantages and types.

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  • Thevenin Theorem: Practicality, Uses, and Limitations

    Thevenin Theorem: Practicality, Uses, and Limitations

    Here we dive deep into Thevenin's theorem, including use cases, how to apply it, and its limitations.

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  • Ka-Band Radar Frequency Applications

    Ka-Band Radar Frequency Applications

    Here are some Ka-band radar frequency applications you should know about.

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  • Ensure Durable Boards With Reliability Assurance

    Ensure Durable Boards With Reliability Assurance

    Reliability assurance is a necessary feedback tool for layout and manufacturing to design and build durable, long-lasting boards.

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  • How to Create Strong Product Designs for Manufacturing and Assembly

    How to Create Strong Product Designs for Manufacturing and Assembly

    Utilizing intelligent CAD software with DFA and DFM capabilities plays an important role in product design for manufacture and assembly.

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  • Hardware Vulnerability Assessment vs. Penetration Testing

    Hardware Vulnerability Assessment vs. Penetration Testing

    Here we compare vulnerability assessment vs. penetration testing for hardware systems and discuss potential sources of vulnerabilities.

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  • What is the Safe Operating Area of MOSFETs?

    What is the Safe Operating Area of MOSFETs?

    MOSFETs being used in power electronics have a safe operating area for DC and pulse currents.

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  • Minimum Solder Mask Dams in SMD Components

    Minimum Solder Mask Dams in SMD Components

    Solder mask dam sizes used in a PCB must have some minimum size in order to be effective. This will relate to the lead pitch on SMD components.

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  • Differences Between JFET, MESFET, MOSFET, and HEMT

    Differences Between JFET, MESFET, MOSFET, and HEMT

    MOSFETs, JFETs, HEMTs, and MESFETs are four types of FETs

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