April 18, 2017
Designing Power for Sensitive Circuits
This article highlights some of the most common mistakes engineers make and share some fundamental rules for designing clean power for sensitive circuits. Applying these rules will result in higher performance, lower cost designs with fewer design iterations.
BER- and COM-Way of Channel-Compliance Evaluation: What are the Sources of Differences?
This article demonstrates that the improved COM method perfectly matches the results given by an accurate statistical eye and BER analysis, provided that both are based on the same channel response and identical equalization settings.
A line of Hi-Q Capacitors available in 4 larger case sizes.
Release of an option for its highly successful, high-speed 22xx series of digitizer products that increases their sensitivity and therefore absolute resolution for low amplitude signals in the ±40 mV up to ±0.5 V range
Throughout spring and summer of 2017, we will be presenting our capabilities at technology events sponsored by Mentor®, A Siemens Business.
Design tools recommended by various industry experts from our editorial advisory board.
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