This article follows our explanation of differential and common mode signals in differential pairs in PCB transmission lines.
As you know, we’re a circuit board manufacturer that supports IPC-2581. We recently met with two Consortium members, Michael Ford from Aegis and Hemant Shah from Cadence. This was the perfect opportunity to ask them a few questions.
Low power, high performance circuits are often plagued by power supply related issues. This common occurrence is frequently due to mythical (or misapplied) rules-of-thumb.
This article is the first part of our Differential Pair series. It was written by Atar Mittal, the General Manager of our Design and Assembly Division.
Sierra Circuits teamed up with Steve Sandler – Master of Power Integrity (and a little help from Heidi Barnes) to host the Hands-On Power Integrity Workshop.
When customers want to design HDI boards that are as compact as possible, there is often very little reliable guidance from the chip vendors. Heed the warnings of Texas Instruments: Consult board manufacturers from the start of any projects involving BGAs with a pin pitch of 0.4 mm and smaller.
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