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  1. Thanks to the high-speed, high-bandwidth, double-data rate (DDR) memory in modern processors, our smartphones, servers, computers and gaming consoles are able to operate more powerfully and at higher speeds. While each new generation of DDR SDRAM (Double-Data Rate Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory) brings increased speed capacity and decreased power consumption, they may not be easy to incorporate into a given PCB design. Issues such as decreased design margins or signal integrity issues can stand in the way of adding better memory to your PCB. This five-page whitepaper will address the following concerns with integrating DDR: Variables that impact signal integrity Signal integrity challenges with DDR memory devices How to ensure signal integrity Request Free! View the full article
  2. IoT devices may look streamlined and simple to consumers, but within these devices are complex components, physical interfaces, PCBs and rigid-flex circuitry which all have their own design and layout challenges. Before incurring delays or costs associated with making an IoT product, it’s essential that engineers have a proper PCB design environment, including pre- and post-layout simulation, layout constraint management and verification, among other features. This seven-page whitepaper will address seven key areas in IoT PCB design, including but not limited to: IoT design domains The form and fit of IoT devices IoT design components Capturing the IoT design intent in the schematic diagram Request Free! View the full article
  3. The biggest factors in RF today include creating breakthroughs in design technology and integration between specialized RF tools and the larger PCB design process. This five-page whitepaper will address five elements key to successful RF design in 2017, including but not limited to: Real collaboration RF and system design integration Automation Request Free! View the full article
  4. The Industrial Internet-of-things (IIOT) has a projected market forecast of over $40 billion, with a projected forecast of $100 billion by 2020. In the process of reaching this lofty figure, it will be necessary to convert volumes of factory data into actionable information throughout the entire manufacturing supply chain. As the IIOT evolves, with hundreds of thousands of sensors already deployed across the global supply chain already, who are the leading companies driving this development? And what role is Silicon Valley playing? This 9-page white paper will provide an illustrative map of the IIOT market, including: Which companies are developing IIOT software? What players represent the sensor and actuator segment of the industry? Who are the cloud service providers? Which firms are filling the IoT and intelligent gateway niche? Who is targeting machine-to-machine communication hardware? What are the IIOT payoffs? Request Free! View the full article
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  6. Amid all this uncertainty, however, the outlook for medical devices is surprisingly bright. Investing News predicts that device manufacturers will capture major market share in 2017. Equally reassuring, Evaluate Research forecasts that medical technology sales will reach more than $529.8 billion by 2022, growing at an annual rate of 5.2 percent, and R&D expenditure will grow by 4.3 percent annually to reach $34 billion by 2022. In this white paper, medical device experts Matt Lowe and Alex Butler discussed five trends that are likely to have a significant effect on the industry this year. Request Free! View the full article
  7. For medical device firms, the process is part of an intense period of obtaining a 510(k) clearance or a PreMarket Approval (PMA) in the United States. While the information required is essentially the same for various registrations, the preparation, presentation, and the depth of information submitted vary greatly depending on the country. Re-registration of a medical device is no less demanding because requirements may change over time. Request Free! View the full article
  8. The guidelines set forth by the FDA are a major factor in ensuring that companies manufacture and sell medical devices that are safe, reliable, and effective. Whether they do it effectively or not, complying with these regulatory guidelines is simply a normal part of doing business for medical device manufacturers. MasterControl, a global provider of Enterprise Quality Management Software (EQMS) solutions, has invested over 360 expert hours into the creation of this FDA Readiness Toolkit that is designed to help medical device manufacturers simplify compliance with FDA standards and streamline quality-related processes. Request Free! View the full article
  9. Bringing computer-aided engineering (CAE) into design gives engineers insights into more successful products. In this ten-page eBook you will learn: How failing prototypes affect launch dates Who is the most qualified to assess, verify and validate designs How engineers create detailed simulations Which simulation solution works best for your organization Request Free! View the full article
  10. Computer-aided design (CAD) and engineering (CAE) software allows designers to create their products with sheet metal manufacturing in mind. By leveraging sketches and intelligent features within a CAD or CAE package, sheet metal design can be performed within the context of a complete assembly before heading to production. In this four-page whitepaper, you will learn how to: Use flat patterns within CAD and CAE software Work with third-party data Perform built-in validation Document the design process Request Free! View the full article
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  13. Qmed & MD+DI Daily combines medtech news coverage from Qmed with insights, analysis, and advice on how to develop, design, and manufacture medical devices that comply with complex and demanding regulations and evolving market requirements from Medical Device and Diagnostic Industry (MD+DI). Start your day with the ultimate medical device industry resource delivered to your inbox. Request Free! View the full article
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    ECN is published 15 times a year (monthly except semi-monthly in May, November and December) and is available in Print or Digital format. Request Free! View the full article

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