Will This Make Hardware Design Easier? | With Kyle Dumont

Many features useful for hardware design engineers - see schematic & PCB, project history, differences between versions, track issues, manage reviews, ... I really like what allspice.io is doing and I talked to Kyle Dumont about their system. https://youtu.be/bjisxPcYPsg Links: - Allspice website: https://www.allspice.io/ - Use FEDEVEL code to get 75% discount: https://content.allspice.io/fedevel - Project … Continue reading Will This Make Hardware Design Easier? | With Kyle Dumont

How are big FPGA (and other) boards designed? Tips and Tricks

Many useful tips to design complex boards. Explained by Marko Hoepken. Thank you very much Marko https://youtu.be/SKnI1r2nSTA Chapters: 00:00 Schematic symbol - Pins 09:54 Nets and connections 20:55 Hierarchical schematic 25:55 Multiple instances of one schematic page 31:47 Checklists 35:52 Pin swapping 40:07 Use unused pins 43:42 Optimizing power 1:00:14 Handling special pins 1:06:11 Footprints … Continue reading How are big FPGA (and other) boards designed? Tips and Tricks

How to design perfect switching power supply | Buck regulator explained

How does a switching power supply work? Signals and components explained, buck regulator differences, how do they work, which one to use, ... By Carmen Parisi. Thank you very much Carmen https://youtu.be/zf-pvHysroM Links: - Carmen's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/carpar/ - Carmen's presentation: https://welldoneblogfedevel.files.wordpress.com/2022/12/design-troubleshooting-tips-for-your-switching-regulator.pdf - FEDEVEL online courses: https://courses.fedevel.com/ Chapters: 00:00 Main parts of a buck regulator 00:12 … Continue reading How to design perfect switching power supply | Buck regulator explained

How to minimize noise in your OP AMP and ADC circuits

How to calculate, simulate, measure and filter noise in circuits with operational amplifier and with AD converters. Explained by Arthur Kay from Texas Instruments. Thank you Arthur. https://youtu.be/61Qg6zeQvZ8 Links: - TI Precision Labs: ADCs https://training.ti.com/ti-precision-labs-adcs?HQS=asc-dcc-padc-null-amb-pp-youtube_feranec_adcs-wwe_int - TINA-TI analog simulation program https://www.ti.com/tool/TINA-TI?HQS=asc-dcc-padc-null-amb-evm-youtube_feranec_tina-wwe_int - PSPICE-FOR-TI design and simulation tool https://www.ti.com/tool/PSPICE-FOR-TI?HQS=asc-dcc-padc-null-amb-evm-youtube_feranec_pspice-wwe_int - Operational Amplifier Noise book https://www.amazon.com/Operational-Amplifier-Noise-Techniques-Analyzing/dp/0750685255 - … Continue reading How to minimize noise in your OP AMP and ADC circuits

How to Make Custom ESP32 Board in 3 Hours | Full Tutorial

In this tutorial you will learn how to draw schematic, do PCB layout, manufacture your board and programming. https://youtu.be/S_p0YV-JlfU Learn more about electronics, check out our online courses: https://courses.fedevel.com/ Chapters: 00:00 Start a new project in EasyEDA 04:00 Add ESP32 into schematic 05:00 Add CP2102N 05:48 Add AMS1117-3.3 06:41 Add USB connector 07:43 Add ESD, … Continue reading How to Make Custom ESP32 Board in 3 Hours | Full Tutorial

When a Signal Hits The End of a PCB Track – What happens? | Reflections by Eric Bogatin

Ringing caused by reflections can be fixed. What is happening and what to do? Explained by Eric Bogatin. Thank you Eric. https://youtu.be/vFRtFiDz9wM Links: - Software used in the video: https://www.bethesignal.com/bogatin/vrpw3016-yoshi-animations-reflections-p-1072.html - Signal Integrity Academy (use FEDSI - 3 months free): https://www.bethesignal.com/bogatin/3monthsubscription.php - FEDEVEL courses: https://courses.fedevel.com/ Chapters: 00:00 Understanding reflections 01:06 Electrically Short vs. Long 02:52 … Continue reading When a Signal Hits The End of a PCB Track – What happens? | Reflections by Eric Bogatin

TIP: You can have crosstalk on boards running at low frequency #hw_tip #001

I have decided to refresh my hardware design tips. The first one is related to randomly crashing and freezing boards and to boards with a weird behavior. Have you ever had a problem with crosstalk? How did you solve it? https://youtu.be/gOS8LyExKDk Links: - What Every PCB Designer Should Know - Crosstalk Explained (with Eric Bogatin) … Continue reading TIP: You can have crosstalk on boards running at low frequency #hw_tip #001