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5G PCB Design and Manufacturing

The car I drove for most of my 20s had several peculiarities that only revealed themselves once it hit the freeway. I heard a strange high-pitched whistling sound that could never be replicated in the shop and noticed a window that would slowly begin falling at some elevated vibrational frequency.


Using PCB Cloning to Reduce Downtime in Production

From its humble inception among computer hobbyists to burgeoning arcades and home console libraries in the 70s and 80s (pre- and post-market crash), much of the legal landscape of the video game industry was poorly equipped initially to grapple with subjects like emulation and third-party software.


Importance of EMC Burst Tests in PCB

I naturally gravitate towards endurance exercise rather than high-intensity as I grow older. There’s something about keeping a steady pace for an extended period that I now find much more physically rewarding and mentally stimulating. Whether riding my bike or taking a backcountry trip, incorporating this constant and measured movement has become second nature.


Copy Exact Process and Its Requirements for PCB Production

I am fond of the boxy car bodies of the 80s and 90s. Call it nostalgia, but seeing one of those beauties rolling down the highway with its lack of aerodynamics puts a smile on my face. Beyond the aesthetic value, I’m terrible at working on cars, and the less complicated it is under the hood, the better I can troubleshoot any issues

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Starting Board Design with Circuit Analysis Simulation

I’ve never been much of an artist. Whether it’s a lack of creativity or poor fine motor skills, I’ve only rarely been able to produce drawings and paintings I felt satisfied with by the time the pieces were complete. One of the things that greatly impressed me when taking a few directed drawing classes was how the illustrator was able to explain how they were visualizing features that they were drawing: a “C” for an ear or a “?” rotated 180° for a nose.