EDA / PCB Design

The world of electronic design automation is broad, covering everything from the simplest PCB to the most complex custom device. But without such tools, designers would be unable to create innovative consumer and industrial products.

In this section, New Electronics provides technical insight on the latest PCB design packages, as well as on the design tools essential to the creation of devices such as FPGAs and ASICs.

Transistor delivers 600 Watts for RF energy applications

A 600 Watt BLF0910H9LS600 LDMOS power amplifier transistor has been launched by Ampleon. This is the first RF energy transistor using Ampleon’s latest Gen9HV 50V LDMOS process, a node that is said to have been optimised to deliver increased efficiency, power and gain.

Loopback cards for transceiver test

Samtec has release of the two new VITA 57.4-compliant FMC+ loopback cards. The devices are said to provide FPGA designers with easy to use loopback options for testing low and high speed transceivers on any FPGA development board or carrier card.

Arduino unveils two new boards to support IoT project development

Arduino has unveiled the Arduino MKR WAN 1300 (LoRa) and the Arduino MKR GSM 1400, two boards that are designed to provide both a practical and cost-effective solution for developers, makers and enterprises, looking to add connectivity to their projects and ease the development of battery-powered IoT edge applications.

‘Highest performing’ PC/104 board

According to Sundance Multiprocessor Technology, the SMT6657 is the highest performing embedded processing module available in the PC/104 format. The board is said to be suited to DSP applications requiring high-performance integer and floating-point computation.

COM Express 3.0 for network appliance

Designed to the new COM Express Type 7 standard, the PCOM-B700G from Portwell is a COM Express 3.0 Type 7 basic module based on the Intel Xeon processor D-1500 product family codenamed Broadwell-DE.

Time-of-Flight 3D vision solution

A time-of-flight (ToF) chipset and development kit from Melexis is said to enable simple, modular and future proof design of 3D vision solutions. Previously available only as part of a development system, the chipset is now available to designers everywhere.

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