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Chalk Talk High-Speed Backplane Connectors Drive 56 Gbps and Beyond

Is your backplane design taking you to 56 Gbps and beyond? Today’s faster backplane speeds require faster connectors. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Matthew Burns from Samtec about the newest, fastest backplane connectors available. Click here to download the High-Speed Board-To-Board Application Design Guide.

Chalk Talk Thermal Management Solutions

Advanced thermal management materials can have a big impact on getting the heat out of your design. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Emal Rustemi from Panasonic about the latest advances in thermal management materials, and how you can take advantage of them in your system design. Click here for more … Read More → "Thermal Management Solutions"

Chalk Talk Bourns RS-485 Port Protection

Proper circuit protection is critical in nearly every design today. But, it can be challenging to choose the right solution from the numerous options available. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Wayne Dossey from Bourns about port protection, industrial communications, harsh electrical environments, and RS-485. Click here for more information about Bourns® … Read More → "Bourns RS-485 Port Protection"

Chalk Talk Simplify Your 10W Isolated Supply

In designing space-constrained power supplies for your design, opto couplers present a number of problems. But, it’s possible to do flyback feedback without using an opto coupler at all. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with John Woodward and Anthony Huynh from Maxim Integrated about new no-opto flyback feedback solutions. Click here … Read More → "Simplify Your 10W Isolated Supply"

Chalk Talk Cadence Xcelium Parallel Simulator: Third Generation Parallel Verification

Getting the best RTL simulation performance is a combination of improving single-core speed and cleverly partitioning the task so that parallel machines can give you the kind of performance boost you’d expect. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Dave Lidrbauch from Cadence Design Systems about Xcelium – Cadence’s third-generation parallel RTL simulation … Read More → "Cadence Xcelium Parallel Simulator: Third Generation Parallel Verification"

Chalk Talk Capacitors for Enterprise SSD

Confused about the right capacitor to choose for SSD hold-up applications? Finding the cap that can give you just the right amount of juice for your system to survive power outages without data loss is a tricky business. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with James Lewis of KEMET about the advantages … Read More → "Capacitors for Enterprise SSD"

Chalk Talk New Defense and Aerospace Products

If you’re working on mil-standard systems and are worried about SWaP-C (and who isn’t?) you know that getting a reliable, off-the-shelf DC to DC converter and filter are critical to the success of your system. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Kai Johnstad of Vicor about solving mil-standard COTS power problems. … Read More → "New Defense and Aerospace Products"
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