Designing for signal integrity throughout your design will reduce cross-talk, noise and ringing, preserving signal quality and ensuring your design intent. If you have any topics you would like to see, go ahead and add it to the comments below. In the meantime, be on the lookout for more Whiteboard Wednesday Sessions with the PCB Design Experts here at EMA Design Automation.
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This RF Whiteboard Wednesday video discusses the need for testing PCBs that include RF.
This RF Whiteboard Wednesday discusses why grounding is required for RF designs and some best practices for grounding.
This RF Whiteboard Wednesday discusses why shielding is important for RF designs and what shields can be used in PCB Design.
This RF Whiteboard Wednesday discusses types of RF Antennas to use in your PCB Designs.
This video discuss the necessary design considerations when incorporating RF Antennas into your PCBs.
Communication and collaboration during a project are vital to ensure your design is completed on-time, on-budget and as smoothly as possible. There are many aspects to manage in a design and many...
An overview on what factors need to be considered when choosing a part and their corresponding effect on a project.
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...
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.
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.
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...
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...
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...
An overview of common uses for Copper Planes and Pours within your design including: power distribution, electromagnetic interference reduction, EMI shielding, ESD guard bands, and heat sinks.
This episode of Whiteboard Wednesday will review what coupling is and what you can do to combat crosstalk caused by undesirable coupling.
A brief overview of why design for test is important with a focus on what JTAG testing is and when it makes sense to utilize it.