Avago Technologies

Leading designer, developer and global supplier of a broad range of analog semiconductor devices.


Avago Technologies is a leading supplier of analog interface components for communications, industrial and consumer applications. By leveraging its core competencies in III-V compound and silicon semiconductor design and processing, the company provides an extensive range of analog, mixed signal and optoelectronics components and subsystems to approximately 40,000 end customers.

Backed by strong customer service support, the company's products serve four diverse end markets: wireless communications, wired infrastructure, industrial and automotive electronics, and consumer and computing peripherals. Avago has a global employee presence and heritage of technical innovation dating back 40 years to its Hewlett-Packard roots.

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Power Supply Control from PCB to Chip Core

Jun 30, 2010 | Nur Devnani, Eileen Murray

As silicon technology advances to enable higher density ASICs, the core logic voltage decreases. The lower voltage, in combination with higher current requirements, requires tighter tolerances on the power supplies. The control of the power supplies from the PCB to the die is the subject of this study. A frequency sweep simulation using typical bypass values shows that a discrete package capacitor is not a significant factor in reducing the chip core power supply fluctuation. A small voltage boost at the PCB supply can provide a more economical solution to managing the device supplies....

Recommendations for Installing Flash LEDs on Flex Circuits

Dec 09, 2009 | Shereen Lim

For the mobile market some PCB assemblies have been converted to flex circuit assemblies, in part because flex circuit assembly can be twisted or bent per the application needs. Flex circuits offer the same advantages as conventional printed circuit boards: quality, reliability, and high density....

Considerations for High Speed PCB Track Design in 10Gb/s Serial Data Transmission

Dec 09, 2009 | Steve Bowers and Dr Herbert Lage Applications Engineering Avago Technologies Fiber Optic Products Division

A fundamental evaluation of a variety of approaches for designing a high-speed (10 Gb/s) serial differential electrical channel is examined. The application of the electrical interface has been simulated using HSpice software. It demonstrated how the signal quality could be affected by the use of microstrip versus stripline traces and their associated advantages and disadvantages is discussed. Example XFI channels were assembled from the simulation results to demonstrate viability of the application....

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