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Fundamentals of PCB Design

Posted on: Apr 2, 2010 | Duration: 50 min.
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This introductory overview of printed-circuit design treats the main difficulties you will likely meet when planning, designing, and manufacturing printed circuit boards for digital applications. From this lecture you will take away many nuggets of wisdom concerning manufacturing technology, signal integrity, EMI, power quality, thermal analysis, and project management. The lecture concludes with a live demonstration of high-level board planning using the Intel(R) Embedded Design Center "Board Planner".
About Dr. Howard Johnson:
Learn directly from the original author of "High-Speed Digital Design: a Handbook of Black Magic", a man who pioneered many products you use every day, like voicemail (ROLM), Fast Ethernet, and Gigabit Ethernet (IEEE 802.3u-z chief technical editor).
Dr. Howard Johnson, in 30 years' experience with digital electronics, has encountered literally thousands of printed circuit boards. He has interacted with over 100,000 digital board designers through his books, seminars and public teachings. In this overview of printed-circuit design he shares his unique perspective on the difficulties you will likely meet when planning, designing, and manufacturing printed circuit boards for digital applications. The lecture touches on manufacturing technology, signal integrity, EMI, power quality, thermal analysis, and project management.
Dr. Johnson frequently conducts technical workshops for digital engineers at Oxford University and other public sites worldwide. Visit his Web site at www.sigcon.com .

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