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Is my design a high speed digital board design?

by Mitali Mistry on October 12, 2016

With increasing demands for higher data rates and bandwidths of the signals over wired and wireless communications, more and more digital boards are now falling in to the category of “HIGH SPEED DIGITAL BOARDS”. There are critical issues associated with high speed digital boards if those boards are not handled appropriately during design and development phases of the product development. This can lead to iterations in the product design cycle and affect the bottom lines of the product development projects. Therefore the first step in order to avoid this situations is to answer following question: “Is my design High Speed Digital board design?” ....

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How to estimate battery capacity?

by Siddharth Mistry on May 13, 2015

More and more hardware designs are powered from battery with the rise of portable devices, hand held devices, IoT devices and wearable devices. As the battery selection directly affects back-up time and form factor of these devices, it is very important to find out right battery for these devices in the beginning of design process. This article illustrates the procedure on how to estimate required battery power. It is a simple three step process....

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Are product features, specifications and requirements same?

by Siddharth Mistry on April 09, 2015

Product Innovations are now becoming part of routine for product companies whether it is a consumer product, industrial product, medical product or any other electronic or embedded product. First step towards making new product development is to do the market research and define product features. These features will be passed through various stages of design & development and finally reaches to engineering team for product development to begin. During the product conceptualization process, many a time people use different terminologies – like product features product requirements and product specifications. At times people also use these terms interchangeably. But there is a difference between features, specifications and requirements. These words seem to be same but in many cases cannot be used interchangeably. Let’s take a closure look at these terms

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