• HowToSearchFilter

    How to use search filters for finding CAD models

    July 24, 2020 Faust

    Searching for a part in SnapEDA has just gotten easier! With the new search filters added, engineers can find the parts they’re looking for much faster. They can now filter their searches by: Data availability Datasheet Symbol Footprint 3D model Simulation model Manufacturer Compliance Stock availability To start using the search filter, follow these steps:…

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  • Top 5 Texas Instruments Operational Amplifiers (Op-Amps)

    July 21, 2020 The SnapEDA Team

    An operational amplifier or widely known as Op Amp is a device consisting of inverting and non-inverting inputs with an output gain voltage. From the name itself, this device is mainly used to amplify a signal and it can also be used as a voltage comparator, filter, and voltage follower (buffer). If you are choosing…

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  • Schematic Symbols for Integrated Circuits

    July 20, 2020 The SnapEDA Team

    Pin naming, pin setting, and pin arrangement are the 3 most important factors to consider in creating a good symbol for your IC devices, being the primary element in schematic drawings. These factors will help designers create a direct and functional design to produce the desired electrical behavior. At SnapEDA, after many years of feedback…

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  • The Top 10 Microcontrollers For PCB Design

    August 4, 2016 The SnapEDA Team

    Microcontrollers (MCUs) have come a long way since the pioneering 4-bit Intel 4004 hit the market back in the 1970s. Today, they’re the heart of most embedded systems, from automotive engine control systems, medical devices, toys, and more, serving as low-cost, compact, single chip computers. The beauty of MCUs is that they reduce the size and cost of the alternative:…

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