The COM methodology is being extended and more widely adopted across high-speed designs thanks to deeper tool integration.
Reliability is growing to match security as a key challenge for PCB design. These tools and techniques will help you rise to it.
Learn how you can benchmark your design practices against the most successful players in the PCB market - and why you should.
Mid-market users are driving richer features and cost competition into PCB design software like never before, largely thanks to the Internet of Things.
Ethernet is set to become one of the key communications standards for automotive. Early system-level simulation lets designers gauge performance before moving to hardware prototypes.
Second in a two-part series, describing critical rules that should underpin PCB manufacturing, and how new technologies overcome increasing complexity.
First in a two-part series, describing critical rules that should underpin PCB manufacturing, and how new technologies overcome increasing complexity.
The introduction of the DDR4 memory-bus standard will allow system designers to meet aggressive performance targets for their next-generation systems. But the changes required to support the higher datarates of DDR4 place stringent demands on the PCB designer.
Complexity and the increasing use of thermal analysis software by non-expert designers demands new approaches for chip and PCB implementations.
A panel session at DAC 2014 focused on the problems of high-speed, board-level interconnect and the roles of codesign and power integrity in solving them.
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