This article addresses the impact of driver, HDMI cable, and receiver on signal quality using data eye, based on the following criteria: data eye opening, data mask violation, and data jitter.
This article provides a high-level overview of the Industry Council paper “Survey on Latch‑up Testing Practices and Recommendations for Improvements,” which describes the full analysis of the collected responses and lays a path for potential adaptations needed to accommodate its use in future technologies and applications.
Because of their mobility, vehicles will be placed in many different kinds of Electromagnetic environments.
This is the first of two articles devoted to an eye diagram. In this article, the fundamental definitions and concepts are presented.
There is often confusion about the interaction between IC-level component ESD protection and the appropriately required system-level ESD protection strategy.
In this column, the author offers a brief summary of a more systematic approach for using ferrite cores on cables. This summary can serve as a “ferrite core checklist” for design and test engineers.
This month’s column is the last of three parts devoted to designing, testing, and EMC immunity evaluation of multilayer PCBs containing analog circuitry.
This article introduces typical latch-up verification techniques to detect and prevent latch-up. These techniques rely on electronic design automation (EDA) tools to deliver the coverage necessary to identify and eliminate latch-up risks.
This year, 2022, is a revision cycle year for ANSI Z535, and it marks the first time many of the standards have changed in over a decade. This month’s column explores the latest updates and what they mean for product safety.
Search and rescue transmitter interferes with car alarms, central locking, and garage door openers in Las Vegas.