Digital Engineering, September 2021

The latest issue of Digital Engineering focuses on electronics design, 5G, reverse engineering, and PCIe Gen 4 workstations.

Inside This Issue:

Fortifying the MCAD-ECAD Bridge

CAD-embedded plug-ins, mergers and acquisitions, and the quest for common file formats reinforce works already in progress across the industry.

Multiphysics Sparks Innovation in Electronics Design

Multidisciplinary modeling and simulation will play a larger role in solving electronics design challenges.

Autonomy and 5G Are Inseparable

Antenna placement and network coverage analyses drive the use of simulation in 5G deployment.

3D Printing Inches Toward Electronics

Additive manufacturing adoption in electronics has lagged behind other sectors, but advances in materials and processes are driving experimental use cases.

Introducing the New Reverse Engineering

Digitalization has created a revolution in reverse engineering. How can engineers best use these new capabilities?

Fast Workstations Need Fast Buses: Inside PCIe Gen 4

What can the latest version of this interconnect standard do for engineers?

Case Study: Finding the Right Spot

When the pandemic struck, this midwestern manufacturer turned to the cloud to support its now remote design and engineering team. Now, there’s no turning back.

Between Zoom-Land and Las Vegas: The Future of Engineering Conferences

Tradeshows get ready to welcome back onsite attendees while holding onto virtual viewers

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