After exploring the Todd Rundgren song "The Want of a Nail" and the butterfly effect, Mark Thompson explains how small changes in design characteristics that happen at a PCB fabrication level can have larger consequences for the final product.
After being in the PCB industry for 20 years, John Watson, CID, has had the opportunity to work with some of the best PCB designers and engineers in the field. He shares some of the traits PCB designers need, and how you can implement them into your design process to become a great designer.
Ruben Contreras often gets questions from customers on one of his favorite subjects in PCB design: controlled impedance. Ruben explains how controlled impedance is a science, which is why he likes it; therefore, it must be designed...
This year marks the 20th anniversary of IPC APEX EXPO, and IPC is thrilled to celebrate this event milestone with attendees, exhibitors, and presenters. Their dedication to and involvement in IPC APEX EXPO is directly responsible for...
Since the inception of the IPC Education Foundation in January 2019, the mission remains to create connections between electronics manufacturers and supply chain companies, academia and the emerging workforce. In this debut column,...
Avoiding EMI Problems With Lee Ritchey, a conversation with Lee Ritchey
Eric Bogatin Looks at EMI Root Causes and Solutions, a conversation with Eric Bogatin
PCB Fixtures for Power Integrity, by Istvan Novak
The Impact of PDN Impedance on EMI, by Barry Olney
Clearing Up the Buzz, by Tim Haag
EMI Challenges: A Contract Designer’s Take, an interview with Alexander Löwer