June 20, 2017

Sponsored by: Samtec


Featured Article

How Much Capacitance Do We Really Get?

By Istvan Novak

We have to use enough capacitors so that the PDN functions properly. At the same time, to keep cost and size in check, we want to avoid overdesign and not use capacitors unnecessarily. Here is some advice.


Reducing EMI with Board-Level Shields
By Vu Lac, TE Connectivity

In this article, we will take a look into EMI challenges, the role of board-level shields (BLS) in reducing EMI, and the key criteria to keep in mind when selecting BLS.



Anritsu Company

True PAM4 Generation and Measurement Poster
By Anritsu Company

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Tektronix Automates 400G PAM4 Electrical Testing
By Tektronix

Fully Automated Solution for OIF-CEI-56G VSR/MR/LR PAM4 Specs on DPO70000SX Real-Time Oscilloscopes.



Linear Technology Corp

Low Noise Buck-Boost Charge Pump Saves Space, Reduces EMI
By Linear Technology Corp

The LTC3246 is a compact, low noise buck-boost charge pump with integrated watchdog timer capable of up to 500 mA of output current.



A Practical Guide to EMC Engineering

By Levent Sevgi

Levent Sevgi, who has worked with electromagnetics for almost three decades, wrote this book to address the breadth of EMC engineering topics that are not covered by more specialized texts: market control, accreditation, calibration, EMC testing and measurement and mitigation. Read this book/ebook review.


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