Correlation of High-Q Capacitors

For many high-power RF applications, the "Q-factor" of an embedded capacitor is one of the most important characteristics in circuit design. This includes products such as cellular/telecommunication equipment, MRI coils, plasma generators, lasers and other medical, military and industrial electronics. Usually expressed mathematically, the Q-factor represents the efficiency in terms of the rate of energy […]

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Why the voltage drop occurs How to achieve the lowest possible voltage drop

Today's integrated circuits are running faster than ever. The increased operating speed results in a highly dynamic power demand from the power supply, which poses a challenge during testing when you are powering with a programmable power supply. High-speed current waveforms can cause IC voltage drops. If severe enough, the voltage drop can reset the […]

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Key points of EMC design for high frequency electronic circuits

EMC problems often occur at high frequency, except for some problems (voltage sag and instantaneous interruption). High frequency thinking, in a word, is the characteristics of devices and circuits. In high frequency, it is different from that in conventional medium and low frequency. If we still judge and analyze according to the common control thinking, […]

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