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Electronic Design is in essence, the activity responsible for all consumer, industrial, automotive and military based electronics systems we find today.

All of the products we use on a daily basis such as digital watches, mobile phones, tablet computers, laptops, all of the electronic items we take for granted, were at one stage, nothing more than an idea that became an electronics design.

The Electronics Design Industry is flourishing, and the biggest demand is for the latest high-tech products, in all sectors of the market, self-driving cars, smart homes that communicate with the home owner, virtual reality applications, the list is endless, and is only restricted by the limits of your imagination.

Our own free software DesignSpark PCB has been used to create electronic designs that can found in the market today, from jewellery to hardware development kits.

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February 27, 2018 12:54

Evaluation Boards for USB Type-C USB Power Delivery

Facilitates prototyping and initial set development of USBPD applications ranging from mobile devices to larger 100W class equipment

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Electronics Design

April 12, 2018 07:38

BD99954 Series Buck-Boost Charge ICs

We will introduce the BD99954 series of buck-boost charge ICs by promoting their compatibility with the latest charging methods adopted by notebook PCs, tablets, and portable batteries.

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  • 1 week ago

    @BradLevy That is a nice tip, was not aware of that one!

    "If you'd like to build a little catalog of the multi-sheet nets and which sheets they are used on, you can also add a TO component...
  • 1 week ago

    Here are some more tips on cross references in DesignSpark PCB:
    Sheets can't connect if not both part of project. Common error: not checking "Add to open project" when creating a new sheet you intend...
  • 1 week ago

    The cross referencing or making the net span multiple sheets is done by having the same net name on each sheet. You do not need arrows for this but if you want them for appearance simply creates a schematic...
  • 4 weeks ago

    Hello, Thank you very much for the straightforward and detailed OPAMP Testing witht the Digilant Analogue Discovery 2, I'm trying to build an OPAMP myself for the Digilant Analogue Discovery 2 device,...
  • 4 weeks ago

    Hello, Thank you very much for the straightforward and detailed OPAMP Testing witht the Digilant Analogue Discovery 2, I'm trying to build an OPAMP myself for the Digilant Analogue Discovery 2 device,...
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Electronics Design

July 17, 2018 13:24

What Exactly is Zerynth?

DesignSpark adds to its list of great free software by joining forces with Zerynth...but just what is Zerynth?

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Why does the weather always have to be so challenging and how do you ensure your electronic device remains protected?

It’s the most commonly discussed subject and the main ice breaker in conversations and yet it can cause significant issues when designing electronics based products to be used outdoors.

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Cross reference in DesignSpark PCB

How do I have the arrows from and to communicate in two different schemes, to create cross

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Electronics Design

July 4, 2018 14:25

FPGA Mezzanine Card (FMC) Breakout Board

We take a peek at the FPGA Mezzanine Card (FMC) Breakout Board, just one of the products that you can find in the DesignSpark Marketplace.

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Electronics Design

July 3, 2018 08:36

Tips for choosing the right power supply for your design - starting with accurate DC/DC Converter measurements

Simple steps to establishing which power supplies you'll need for your application - and basing power requirements on measurements that are accurate

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Electronics Design

June 27, 2018 10:47

DesignSpark ToolBox App, Separating your Ohms Law from your NTC-PTC

The DesignSpark Toolbox App is packed with great tools, we take a look at a couple.

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How to Survive the MLCC Shortage

For electronics manufacturers that are scrambling for MLCC - there is no short-term relief ahead. A possible alternative is Polymer Capacitors.

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SiC MOSFET Gate-Driver Design for Best Efficiency and Reliability

If you’re designing a high-performance power supply or inverter, SiC power transistors offer important advantages over silicon devices, but place more exacting demands on gate-drive circuitry. What are the demands, and how can they be satisfied?

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Electronics Design

June 21, 2018 13:21

ARCADE GAME WITH PIC16F877A

Nowadays, who does not remember those arcade games with which everything started? This project is based on microcontroller PIC16F877A and consists of a three-level arcade game, in which you can select your difficulty and see your final score.

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Electronics Design

June 20, 2018 10:56

DesignSpark PCB; Dealing with Layers

DesignSpark PCB is a great design tool but sometimes you might get a little stuck on how to use certain features. We take look at Layers and where you can find the info you need.

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