Common Mistakes by Electronic Design Teams (Part 1)
Electronic system design is a multilevel engineering exercise. It requires synergy between software, electrical and mechanical engineers with the goal to create a system that meets customer requirements while remaining within budget and on time.
This two-part webinar presents the fundamentals of designing a reliable electronic system and the most common pitfalls encountered by the system designer.
In Part 1, presented by Craig Hillman, will review the early stages of the new product development process, including ‘Who Controls What?’, Make vs Buy, Choosing the Right Size, Mitigating Thermal Issues, Reliable Part Selection, and Resolving Power Sequencing.
Craig Hillman PhD
FPGA-forum is a yearly event for the Norwegian FPGA community. FPGA-designers, project managers, technical managers, researchers, final year students and the major vendors gather for a two-day focus on FPGA.Common Mistakes by Electronic Design Teams (Part 2)
Part 2 of this webinar will focus on mechanicals and reliability, including Design Rules for Connectors, Identifying Housing Challenges, Rules of Thumb for Reliability, and Physics of Failure.