Stackup Design by Lee Ritchey (1 day)
After running the 3-days Signal Integrity course, you can participate a new 1-day course in PCB stack-up design by Lee Ritchey the Mr. High Speed of Silicon Valley. The training will take place at 14th June 2013 in the Courtyard Stockholm Kungsholmen, in Stockholm, Sweden.
Today’s high-speed PCBs, with their inherent signal integrity and power delivery requirements, make it necessary to employ far more discipline in the choice of materials and the arrangement of layers in the stackup. These requirements are outside the skill set of all PCB fabricators. The objective of this course is to guide the design engineer through the process of evaluating and selecting the right laminate for any given design and then designing a PCB stackup that meets the numerous requirements of a complex, multilayer board that works right the first time.
The one day stackup class has far more info on stackup design and materials especially as they pertain to very high speed signaling. All engineers who are dealing with multi gigabit per second signaling will find this of great value.
- When: Friday June 14th, 2013
- Time: 9:00 to 16:00 hr
- Where: Courtyard Stockholm Kungsholmen, Rålambshovsleden 50 · Stockholm, 112 19 Sweden
- Price: EUR 659 (using the promo code MG338 before April 2nd 2013)
If you register after April 2nd, 2013 the price is: EUR 821
More information and sign-up on-line: www.ee-training.dk
This highly practical course is designed to take the student through the entire process involved in designing and fabricating high speed PCBs. It begins with the fundamentals of electromagnetic fields and the behavior of transmission lines that are the basis for all high-speed signaling. From there, it examines all of the aspects of high-speed design leading to the development of a robust set of PCB design rules that accounts for power subsystem design, routing rules and design of PCB stack-ups as well as the fabrication rules needed to balance performance against cost and manufacturability.MUG NORWAY 2013 - User2User
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