Category: Electronics Engineering


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    USB: The One Port Revolution

    Do you miss your old PS/2 port? We don’t. Here’s a complete history of USB and all we have to be grateful for. Bring on the one port revolution!


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    Everything You Need to Know About Adding IoT to Your PCB Design

    What does it take to incorporate IoT into your product? What advantages does IoT offer when used in PCB related projects? Read on to find answers to all such IoT related questions.


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    The Future of Energy Efficiency

    Sustainable energy sources are not a new concept to manufacturers and consumers across the world. As energy efficiency continues to be an important aspect of everyday life — from homes to cars and even lightbulbs — energy consumption in the future could significantly decrease.


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    Time to Learn PCB Layout Design!

    We live in a wonderful time for educational resources. It’s possible to learn new skills and, in some cases, be certified all from the comfort of your own home. Due to the unique nature of work, having access to these types of courses is a real gift. Read to find out more.


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    The State of the Semiconductor Industry

    The semiconductor industry is constantly evolving, and with the introduction of 5G, there could be room for growth. Industries utilizing semiconductors could see big changes as 5G becomes increasingly common.


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    How ECAD and MCAD Work Together

    To fully realize your design, it’s essential to utilize systems that will help optimize your design, save time, and increase overall productivity. Good software helps teams work smarter and design top-notch products. With the help of MCAD and ECAD, creating a successful design is easier than ever before.


  • The Case for Collaboration

    Collaboration is an absolute necessity in today’s fast-paced world, and world-class projects need world-class software to make collaboration easy.


  • How Piezoelectricity Works to Make Crystals Conduct Electric Current

    Piezo what? Learn how you can squeeze crystals like quartz to produce an electric current and power your electronics.


  • How Schottky Diodes Work

    Learn how Schottky diodes work in RF circuits, generators, and motor drivers with their low forward voltage drops and fast switching speeds.


  • How Do Power Supplies Work?

    Learn about the basics of power supplies that power electronic devices with transformers, rectifiers, filters, and regulators.


  • The Complete History of Failed ECAD-MCAD Exchange File Formats

    Still dumbing down your data to pass it down the line to the next guy? We all are. Learn about the complete history of failed ECAD-MCAD file formats, and what the future might hold.