Practical pcb layout : Signal integrity, power integrity and electromagnetic compatibility.

Hey everyone,

Almost everyday, we seem to be in a sudden need for more information about signal integrity, power integrity and the like.

Practicaly every hardware-related thread of the forum tends to have many questions/discussions about those aspects of electronics design; even the most software-intensive ones, sometimes, have to deal with hardware-related constrains, bugs and interferences, whose compreension and problem-solving technics could fit in the above mentioned fields.

In the path of searching some references that could help me to understand a little more about the specifics of the many subjects that tend to attract my attention and, at the same time, could also be put in a good use here, at the forums, I believe to have found a very interesting reference, that sure applies to this topic and, at the same time, could also improve the knowledge base of the comunity.

To be true, the reference is a free webinar, that will be presented tomorrow, by Dr. Eric Bogatin, Editor of the Signal Integrity Journal and Adjunct Prof, University of Colorado, Boulder.

The title: 'Practical PCB Layout for SI/PI/EMC: What an EE Needs to Know to Survive PCB Manufacturing' is self explanatory, and seems to be a good opportunity for many useful clarifications.

https://signalintegrityjournal.com/events/55-practical-pcb-layout-for-si-pi-emc-what-an-ee-needs-to-know-to-survive-pcb-manufacturing

I hope many of you will find it a valuable addition to each one's understanding of the how's and why's of what seems to be the intringuing task of arranging power and signal distribution onto printed circuit boards.

Hope it helps a bit

Henrique

@ Moderators: since this is my first attempt to start a discussion, please feel free to move it to any other place of the forum that seems to be more appropriate for it to be.

Comments

  • 3 Comments sorted by Date Added Votes
  • davejamesdavejames Posts: 3,918
    edited July 23 Vote Up0Vote Down
    ...dang! I've tester/debug time scheduled on the 24th.

    Do you know if this session will be recorded for future viewing?

    Dave
    Well-written documentation requires no explanation.
  • YanomaniYanomani Posts: 639
    edited July 23 Vote Up0Vote Down
    @davejames

    https://signalintegrityjournal.com/events/category/3929

    Acording to Eugène Ionesco, "It is not the answer that enlightens, but the question."

    Your question provided me the right stimulus to find some help for myself too; today's afternoon, my wife insisted to schedule a visit to our family's dentist, exactly at the sime time the webinar will be broadcasted.

    No WiFi there, and the "(1/4)G" bandwidht of my telephony service provider uses to be crap there, thus I was almost hopeless of being able to follow it, due to the lack of a usable connection.

    Thanks for asking this.

    Henrique

    P.S. You'll need to walk thru a free registration procedure before being able to access the archived event portal. To the extent of my present knowledge, that step would need to be completed in a per-event-basis. Boring, but can also be enlightnening, at the same time. We'll see.

    As a test, I'm watching a previous event right now, and it seems to have been a very well crafted one, at least to me.

    https://signalintegrityjournal.com/events/53-pcb-design-rules-that-really-matter
  • Yanomani wrote: »

    https://signalintegrityjournal.com/events/category/3929

    ...................

    P.S. You'll need to walk thru a free registration procedure before being able to access the archived event portal. To the extent of my present knowledge, that step would need to be completed in a per-event-basis. Boring, but can also be enlightnening, at the same time. We'll see.

    Thanks Henrique, I'll check it out.

    Dave
    Well-written documentation requires no explanation.
Sign In or Register to comment.