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Taking Electronics into the 3rd dimension

Since the introduction of CAD systems for electronic design, layout of a PCB in 2D has been sufficient for most mainstream technologies. With design pressures such as reducing cost, miniaturization, and adding more features, the use of the latest available technology has become imperative.

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Electronic Engineering Blog Posts

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January 24, 2022
Measuring the Earth

EREMS, a French enterprise specializing in the design and realization of high-tech electronic equipment and of associated software for Space, Defense, and Aeronautics uses CR-8000 and DS-CR from Zuken for the design and lifecycle management of flight electronics, ground electronic equipment, and test benches.

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October 07, 2021
Automatic Block Update: Automatically generate FPGA pin assignments in Design Gateway designs

Zuken's Custom Development Group has developed a solution that enables simultaneous IC, connector, and PCB development by automating the updating of pin assignments in PCB design.

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September 20, 2021
What PDN Target Impedance Means for PCB Designers

PDN impedance is becoming more and more of a headache for PCB designers as IC vendors are defining increasingly tight so-called ‘target impedance limits’. This article explains what PDN impedance means for PCB designers and what to pay particular attention to.

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May 20, 2021
Zuken joins Artificial Intelligence Research Consortium progressivKI

The BMWI is funding a multi-million Euro research consortium in the area of artificial intelligence research where Zuken is collaborating as one of the industry software partners.

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April 15, 2021
Tech Tip: 3D Collision and Clearance Checks in Multi-Board Design

Checking for potential electromechanical collisions is usually done more in the mechanical design environment. However, shifting the check to the electrical side during component placement can help create a more robust product. For multi-board PCB design, there are several built-in checks in Design Force that validate the design for collision and clearance requirements.

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April 08, 2021
EMC for PCB design: anything but black magic

EMC problems are often responsible for re-design cycles in PCB design practice. Due to ever shorter innovation cycles of for example cell phones or IoT applications, such as fitness trackers or smartwatches, and many other electronic products, these time-consuming re-design cycles should be avoided under all circumstances.

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