The increasingly compact design in electronics development today means that power and signal connections are now combined on the same printed circuit boards. The resulting increase in power density changes how we think about the requirements for PCB connection technology. Download this white paper to learn more.
A Reliable Alternative to Manual Soldering
Why is it still common to see wire leads manually soldered to the PCB? Explore just a few of the many potential pitfalls inherent in this human-centric process, and the different ways a surface mounted PCB terminal block–attached to the PCB in the automated reflow process–can add connection reliability while improving your end product and […]
Co-Modeling: A Powerful Capability for Hardware Emulation
Understanding co-modeling technology in an emulation environment and its impact on verification and validation is critical to improving a wide range of significant capabilities. This is especially true in the areas of functionality, performance, debug, power analysis, design for test (DFT), coverage, software co-verification, interoperability of systems, and improved time to market. This paper explores […]