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Naveen Konchada

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Customer Support Recommended – Using Test Points in Allegro Design Entry CIS and Allegro PCB Editor Flow
A test point is a location within an electronic circuit that is used to either monitor the state of the circuitry or to inject test signals. Test points have two primary uses: During manufacturing they are used to verify that a newly assembled device   Read More »
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Customer Support Recommended - Implementing Jumpers in Allegro PCB Editor
Over the time, jumpers have found their importance in multiple applications . The following blog is aimed to provide more insight on their usage and implementation using Cadence Allegro PCB Editor . What is a jumper? A wire jumper is typically a short   Read More »
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Customer Support Recommended - Dimensioning in Allegro PCB Editor
Allegro PCB Editor offers drafting and dimensioning features that support electronic design automation (EDA) industry standards that enable you to specify the dimensions of every feature on a board created from the product. This feature gives you greater   Read More »
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Customer Support Recommended - Working with NetGroups in Allegro Design Entry CIS
Allegro Design Entry CIS provides a new feature called NetGroup, which offers an easy-to-use and more flexible method of connecting schematic symbols in complex designs using the concept of bundling and connecting signals/nets. What are NetGroups A NetGroup   Read More »
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Customer Support Recommended - Flex PCB Design Features in Allegro PCB Editor
Flexible PCBs are used widely in everyday technology and electronics in addition to high-end, complex completed components. Two of the most prominent examples of flexible circuit usage are in hard disk drives and desktop printers. The following blog highlights   Read More »
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Customer Support Recommended - Instance and Occurrence Modes of Design Annotation using OrCAD Capture
Assigning reference designators for the schematic instances is a very vital part of the entire PCB flow. This can sometimes become very cumbersome, and in some cases users allocate a major portion of their time and effort to get the assignments correct   Read More »
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Customer Support Recommended – Regulation Loop Design Using Allegro AMS Simulator (PSpice)
Feedback regulation loops are widely used by power electronic designers. It is one of the most important and sensitive parts of a power supply circuit. An incorrect feedback loop design may cause oscillations in the circuit, and also increase the output   Read More »
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Customer Support Recommended – Pin Swapping in Allegro Design Entry CIS and PCB Editor
Placement and routing have always been an integral part of printed circuit board design. The productivity of the product is often (if not always) achieved best if the PCB has a proper placement of the components and effective routing to support the placement   Read More »
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Customer Support Recommended – Working with PADS to Allegro PCB Editor Translator
A recently published AppNote on converting a PADS ASCII file to Allegro PCB Editor has eased the life of many users by providing a step-by-step methodology and appropriate debugging techniques. It also covers various scenarios where Allegro PCB Editor   Read More »
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Customer Support Recommended – Appnote on Implementing the Force-Sense Kelvin Connection
The use of separate force (F) and sense (S) connections (often referred to as a Kelvin connection ) is a common requirement in the PCB design. The separate force (F) and sense (S) connection at the load eliminates any errors resulting from voltage drops   Read More »
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