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  • Keyed Flex Cables Help Prevent Assembly Errors

    Keyed Flex Cables Help Prevent Assembly Errors

    Assembly errors can occur whenever a keyed flex cable and connector is rotated and reverses its pinouts. Keyed flex cables help prevent this problem.

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  • How to Select and Size a Switching Power MOSFET

    How to Select and Size a Switching Power MOSFET

    Power MOSFETs can be used in switching circuits if their continuous current and peak current meet specification.

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  • How to Design a PCB With a Serial Port Interface

    How to Design a PCB With a Serial Port Interface

    Serial terminal interfaces on a PCB give users the ability to control their device over a programming module or USB port.

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  • Flexible PCBs: Ductility in Circuitry

    Flexible PCBs: Ductility in Circuitry

    Flexible PCB designs can perform where rigid boards would be impractical or impossible, providing excellent mechanical resistance in a compact form.

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  • Standard PCB Board Thickness: A Brief History

    Standard PCB Board Thickness: A Brief History

    Standard PCB board thickness is a remnant of the materials used to fabricate the earliest etched circuits, but they remain prominent today.

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  • Design for Test in Embedded Development

    Design for Test in Embedded Development

    Serial interfaces, test-points, and software-driven testing can make embedded systems testing much easier for developers.

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  • Why FOWLP Routing is Used in Advanced Packages

    Why FOWLP Routing is Used in Advanced Packages

    Advanced packages with multiple chiplets in FOWLP require so much routing that it has become a bottleneck.

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  • IC Supervisors: Do You Need Them in a PCB?

    IC Supervisors: Do You Need Them in a PCB?

    IC supervisors provide voltage monitoring and stable transitions between voltage states.

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  • Voltage Divider With Complex Impedance

    Voltage Divider With Complex Impedance

    What happens when you have a voltage divider with some complex impedance? Here’s how to simulate these circuits.

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  • How a PCB Manufacturer Verifies Controlled Impedance

    How a PCB Manufacturer Verifies Controlled Impedance

    Controlled impedance in a high-speed PCB stackup is calculated and verified with a TDR measurement.

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  • Which Chip Packages Are Used in Different Applications?

    Which Chip Packages Are Used in Different Applications?

    Systems designers building ASIC chip packages will find that different packaging styles are quite popular in different applications.

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  • Pin-in-Paste Soldering for Through-Hole Pins

    Pin-in-Paste Soldering for Through-Hole Pins

    An alternative to wave soldering is pin-in-paste soldering for through-hole parts. Here’s how it works

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  • Thin-Film Application Methods: Vapor Deposition vs. Sputtering

    Thin-Film Application Methods: Vapor Deposition vs. Sputtering

    Compare vapor deposition vs. sputtering for thin-film application.

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  • Antenna-in-Package (AiP) Technology

    Antenna-in-Package (AiP) Technology

    Discover the impact of Antenna-in-Package (AiP) technology on wireless connectivity and its advantages in compact device design.

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  • Fan-Out Packaging

    Fan-Out Packaging

    Explore fan-out packaging: its role in device miniaturization, performance advantages, challenges, and future advancements.

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  • Microwave Amplifier Design Overview

    Microwave Amplifier Design Overview

    Critical aspects of microwave amplifier design and strategies for broadband performance

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  • PCB Resistors and Board Design

    PCB Resistors and Board Design

    PCB resistors are crucial to board design and functionality; they control current flow, divide voltage, and set specific circuit parameters.

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  • Power Combining in PCB Design

    Power Combining in PCB Design

    Power combining techniques are applied in PCB design, especially in RF and microwave applications, where combining signals or amplifying power is needed.

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  • Optimizing PLM Software Selection and Integration

    Optimizing PLM Software Selection and Integration

    The best PLM software selection emphasizes effective data management, efficient design integration and usability in a single package.

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  • Pulse Code Modulation: Steps for Signal Integrity

    Pulse Code Modulation: Steps for Signal Integrity

    Pulse code modulation is at the heart of many standard conversion techniques; maximizing signal quality requires designers to understand its ins and outs.

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