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Why impose PCB Design Constraints? Pt. 3
PADS Blog with Steve By: Steve Hughes
This is the third in a three-part series examining rule and constraint definition and management that supports a correct-by-design methodology.
The PCB Designer: 3D PCB Design – Far from Flat
The PCB Designer By: Vern Wnek
In my placement blog series I talked about the old days when we as PCB designers used “paper dolls” to mimic footprint placement. Feeling nostalgic, I think back again to my days at Rockwell International (you now know them as Boeing), and my first introduction to 3D design in the printed circuit board industry.
Using Data Bus Inversion to Mitigate Simultaneously Switching Noise
Design-by-Numbers By: Nitin Bhagwath
In the first installment of our blog series on Simultaneously Switching Noise, we went through an overview of SSN and explained its relevance to high-speed parallel busses such as DDR4. In the second post, we examined the effects of a poorly designed Power Distribution Network (PDN) on SSN and signal integrity. This final post will elaborate further on the Data Bus Inversion (DBI) option introduced at the conclusion of the previous post.
2016 Interactive Wearables: From Taylor Swift to the Stanley Cup!
PADS Blog with John By: John McMillan
If you’ve been to a major concert lately, or perhaps watched the 2016 NHL Stanley Cup finals you’ve either worn or undoubtedly noticed the attendees wearing colorful lighted wristbands pulsating to the events lighting or sound. PixMob (pixmob.com), a leader in this thriving crowd experience wearable technology space is connecting audiences with events giving attendees the feeling of participation like they’ve never experienced before.
Defining Collaboration Between Electrical and Mechanical Domains
Xpedition Enterprise with Alex By: Alex Grange
Modern electro-mechanical designs have many design challenges that cause various obstacles throughout the design process. Typically these challenges can be separated into two major groups: Collisions due to component and mechanical clearances not being accounted for Synchronization of design data between both electrical and mechanical designs In the past, designers often had to exchange emails back…
What to Look for in a PCB Analysis Solution
Hyperlynx PCB Analysis By: Patrick Carrier
At today’s speeds, everything matters in PCB design and analysis tools that enable efficient modeling are key. From full-wave 3D electromagnetic solvers to electrically aware PCB checking tools, I recommend a solution that offers comprehensive analysis of any type of bus.
Mentor Blog: Automotive Now the Convergence of Everything
Advanced Automotive Electronics By: Andrew Macleod
Car makers are building more silicon and software into their cars than any consumer or IoT company. Telecoms are watching. Cloud infrastructure, big data analytics, artificial intelligence and deep learning are now legitimate automotive technologies. By 2030, automotive electronics will account for more than half the cost of a new vehicle.
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