At AltiumLive Munich, I met with Tobias Bobrzik, a Technical University of Munich student and member of the TUM Hyperloop team. In 2018, the TUM Hyperloop team’s prototype pod set the world speed record of 290 miles per hour, which lead to their meeting with Musk. Tobias designed some of the PCBs used in that vehicle, so I asked him to tell us more about this experience, and what he hopes to do after graduation.
DownStream Technologies recently revamped their entire product line, from CAM350 through BluePrint-PCB. DownStream co-founder Joseph Clark and Guest Editor Kelly Dack discuss some of these updates, including a new GUI and capabilities such as 3D analysis, as well as news about IPC-2581.
The final part of the 10 fundamental rules of high-speed PCB design focuses on board-level simulation encompassing signal integrity, crosstalk, and electromagnetic compliancy. Typically, a high-speed digital design takes three...
Many electronics-based OEMs and their supply chains are looking for China alternatives in the current economic and political landscape. Of all the remaining locations possible in Southeast Asia, Vietnam is coming to the forefront as a...
This month’s column highlights the San Diego chapter, which is also where IPC APEX EXPO 2019 will be held at the end of January. You will also find updates on recent CID and CID+ certification success stories, a recap of the PCB...
The Electronic Component Shortage Crisis: A Veteran Engineer’s Perspective, by John Watson, CID
Natasha Baker: Supply Chain Transparency Inside the CAD Tool, a conversation with Natasha Baker
Digi-Key’s Dave Doherty: Tweaking the Supply Chain, a conversation with Dave Doherty
Carl Schattke on Stackup Design and Managing the Component Shortage, a conversation with Carl Schattke
Beating Supply Chain Blues by Andy Shaughnessy