Azitech Seminar in Copenhagen to Feature Rick Hartley


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Azitech’s critically acclaimed signal integrity seminar has been in high demand after it was first introduced in Denmark back in November 2014. As a result, Azitech opened up for registration to their next SI seminar a few weeks ago. This time, the seminar will be held on Tuesday and Wednesday, May 5-6, at Hilton Copenhagen Airport Hotel in Copenhagen, Denmark. This location has been chosen to accommodate the large number of international engineers who have shown an interest in the seminar. The last SI seminar hosted by Azitech received 4.8 out of 5 stars. This time, Azitech is expecting to reach 5 stars.

Once again, Rick Hartley, the signal integrity guru, will be flying in from the US to be the instructor. Rick Hartley has more than 40 years of experience dealing with noise, EMI and signal integrity issues. He is one of the best in his field and an amazing teacher who uses both practical examples and a lot of humor in his classes. Everyone who has issues with signal integrity, noise and EMI will benefit from participating in this seminar.  

Thus, the participants can expect a world-class seminar where they will learn why problems with noise, EMI and signal integrity occur, how to deal with and avoid them, how to lower the EMI signature of their systems, and much much more. Besides that, the participants will get a world-class treatment at the luxurious hotel where the food, service and surroundings are of the highest standard.

It is important to Azitech that the participants have time to meet and network in aninformal environment. Therefore, Azitech is hosting a networking dinner on Tuesday, May 5, at the hotel restaurant. Here, they will be treated to a delicious buffet of the finest quality. After dinner, the participants will be able to network and ask Azitech and Richard Hartley for advice, if needed.

Please note that there are only a limited amount of seats available at the seminar. Therefore, Azitech recommends that you register early to secure your seat. You can sign up here.

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