Tagged: High-speed PCB Design

Differential pairs

What You Really Need to Know When You’re Routing PCB Differential Pairs

You can tell when something isn’t as clear as it should be. The same questions come up time and again. You ask three experts and get three different answers. Routing differential pairs can be like that. Why? Because “it depends” – on exactly what signals those pairs are carrying and what kind of PCB you’re creating.

High speed

My High Speed Route through South-East Asia

I’ve just returned from a whistle-stop, two week trip to South East Asia. I’d heard recently that investments in China are leading to more complex products being produced, so as someone focused on high-speed design I was interested to see for myself how this is playing out in Asia as a whole; the world’s largest PCB manufacturing region.

Faster Printed Circuit Boards

Faster Board Speeds Demand Constraint-driven Design

Do you still use Post-it Notes? Invented in 1979, this simple, yet incredibly powerful, communication mechanism is still commonly found in engineering and design departments. Despite modern electronic communication, many companies still struggle to provide a replacement for their ease-of-use and versatility.