AltiumLive 2022 is just around the corner! Editor Nolan Johnson chats with Guest Editor and columnist Kelly Dack, one of the event hosts for AltiumLive Connect 2022. Kelly updates Nolan on the latest about the upcoming AltiumLive virtual conference, what's on the agenda, how it's connected with IPC APEX EXPO, and what attendees can expect to find.
Electronic designs are increasing in capacity, complexity, and performance. This is coupled with increasing pressure to get new products to market as quickly as possible while, at the same time, ensuring that these products are robust and will not fail in the field. The only practical way to address all these diverse requirements is to make design and verification tools and methodologies more powerful, intuitive, and easier to use. In-design analysis provides a way forward.
One recurring question I get is how to factor the DC drop into the power distribution network design process. Whether you prefer time-domain based or frequency-domain based design approach, the DC drop on the distribution path must be...
I have recently had some great conversations with many of you, and the same question keeps coming up: What does it takes to have an excellent component library? So, I have decided to kick off the new year by taking a deep dive into...
The drive for faster throughput, increased mobility, and maximum efficiency in modern electronic devices has made power delivery a critical piece of design success. However, meeting the power needs of modern designs is anything but...
High-Voltage PCB Design: Beating Separation Anxiety, a conversation with Andy Buja, Wilmer Companioni and Sanu Warrier
High-Voltage Circuit Design Guidelines and Materials, by Celso Faia and Davi Correia
High-Voltage PCB Constraints, by Barry Olney
Automotive Electrification, by Michael Gay
The Misadventures of High Voltage and Other Power Problems, by Tim Haag
A High-Voltage PCB Design Primer, by Zachariah Peterson
Uncompensated DC Drop in Power Distribution Networks, by Istvan Novak