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Fundamentals of Laying Out PC boards

Original Air Date: Feb 8, 2012 | Duration: 60 minutes Webinar
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Overview:
Laying out the circuit board is one of the last steps in the design process and quite often doesn't get the attention it deserves, and high speed applications can significantly affect circuit performance if not done correctly. This webcast will cover the ins and outs of PCB design and layout, in a practical and straight forward approach. The presentation is packed with useful information accumulated with tips, tricks and techniques that can easily be implemented into your next design to help improve overall circuit and system performance.

Who should attend?
This webcast is a "must see" for students and those new to PCB design, especially for those concerned with high-speed circuitry.  It will also be a good refresher to those experienced in layout.

Presenter:
John Ardizzoni, High Speed Amplifiers Product Manager, ADI
John started at Analog Devices in 2002, as an Application Engineer in the High Speed Amplifier group. Prior to joining Analog Devices John worked for IBM, in RFIC applications and at M/A-COM for 20 years. John is also co-author of Analog Devices Rarely Asked Questions (RAQ's) column. John has over 30 years experience in the electronics industry, and has authored numerous articles and design ideas.

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Mountain Man Posted Jan 30, 2012

Does one NEED Flash Player to view this presentation? Dave Prince

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Flint1 Posted Jan 30, 2012

Will the presentation be archived, I doubt I'll be able to watch it live... Thanks

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ag3c Posted Jan 31, 2012

Amen ... may not be able to make this time due to a business trip, but would love to see the archived video.

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StevenJAckerman Posted Feb 3, 2012

I'd also like to see the archived video...

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jbubm Posted Feb 7, 2012

Hi everyone! All of our webinars are usually available on-demand within 48 hours of the live event. You'll receive an email notification when they are made available. We also send out reminders on Twitter (@EE_Education) and Google+ (search for "EE Times Webinars") when webinars have been archived. Thank you for your interest! Jessica

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