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Printed on the circuit board of a car in deep space

Printed on the circuit board of a car in deep space. via Elon Musk’s Twitter account

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Mar 5, 2021
Design companies often work with multiple PCB fabricators and each fabricator may have a different set of DFM rules. It is a customary practice followed by design companies to create a common... [[ Click on the title to access the full blog on the Cadence Community site. ]]...
Mar 4, 2021
Like so many things, I started off by saying '€œOoh, Shiny!'€ But I ended up thinking, '€œJust a minute, how does that actually work in the real world?'€...
Mar 4, 2021
3D ICs help SoC designers extend the design scale beyond Moore's Law; learn how unified 3D IC design tools enable faster convergence for multi-die chips. The post Onward and Upward: Enhancing 3DIC Design Productivity with a Unified Platform appeared first on From Silicon To ...
Mar 3, 2021
In grade school, we had timed math quizzes. With a sheet full of problems and the timer set, the goal was to answer as many as possible. The key to speed is TONS of practice and, honestly, memorization '€“ knowing the problems so well that the answer comes to mind at first ...

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Learn how designing small is easier than you think

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Nano Pulse Control Clears Issues in the Automotive and Industrial Markets

Sponsored by Mouser Electronics and ROHM Semiconductor

In EV and industrial applications, converting from high voltages on the power side to low voltages on the electronics side poses a big challenge. In order to convert big voltage drops efficiently, you need very narrow pulse widths. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Satya Dixit from ROHM about new Nano Pulse Control technology that changes the game in DC to DC conversion.

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