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  1. Power of Power Integrity Analysis in High Speed Digital Designs

    by , 16th January 2017 at 12:19 (Anil Pandey : Electronics Design and Simulations)
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    The Emergence of Power Integrity Analysis

    As the speed of the data signal increases, many reasons including power supply noise lead to the degradation of the high-speed signals. In low power high-speed digital interfaces, it is crucial to characterize the whole system power supply in order to minimize power supply noise in the system. High-speed design failures show up as failures at higher operating frequency, data error rates, cross ...

    Updated 16th January 2017 at 14:30 by anilkrpandey

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    RF & Microwave Designs , Signal Integrity and Power Integrity
  2. Multilayer Microstrip Array Antenna Design

    by , 9th January 2017 at 15:55 (Anil Pandey : Electronics Design and Simulations)
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    The desirable features of antenna for Airborne SAR applications include shaped radiation pattern and wide bandwidth capability, good cross polarization isolation and high power capability. Shaped radiation across the track improves the target dynamic range and compensates the requirement of STC (Sensitivity Time Control) correction at receiver end. Wide bandwidth performance results in finer resolution. Planar array antenna is preferred as compared to ...
  3. Human Body Effect on Smart Phone Antenna Performance

    by , 5th January 2017 at 14:40 (Anil Pandey : Electronics Design and Simulations)
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    Antenna modeling in smart phone devices, using electromagnetic simulation software, has improved significantly by allowing the simulation of the antenna behavior in complex environments surrounding the antenna. Thus, current electromagnetic software allows the simulation of handheld antennas regarding not only the human presence (such as human head and hand) but also the presence of nearby components (such as cameras, batteries, displays, and speakers). ...
  4. Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Analysis

    by , 2nd January 2017 at 09:12 (Anil Pandey : Electronics Design and Simulations)
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    What is ESD?
    Electrostatic discharge(ESD) is the sudden and momentary electric current that flows between two objects at different electrical potentials caused by direct contact or induced by an electrostatic field.An Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) strike is a constant threat to device reliability and functionality. Many low-voltage core chips or system ASICs only offer device-level Human-Body Model (HBM) ESD device protection, which doesn’t address the ...
  5. EMI and EMC Compliance Testing in Smartphone

    by , 23rd December 2016 at 10:03 (Anil Pandey : Electronics Design and Simulations)
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    EMC within electronic components has become an increasingly important issue for embedded designers to contend with. As system frequencies and the need for lower supply voltages increase, the end application becomes more and more vulnerable to the negative affects of EMI. These electrical influences can be generated by either radiated or conductive EMI sources. Radiated sources include anything electrical or electromechanical, including motors, power lines, antennas, ...
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