Mentor Offering Training in Atlanta, Tampa in April


Reading time ( words)

Nearly all PCB designs have signal integrity, power integrity and EMI problems when they are first created. Finding these problems can be a big challenge. Simulation is important but do you simulate all nets? How do you analyze designs for EMI effects? Do you know that your power distribution network will work at DC and over a wide frequency range?

Many companies approach these problems with a difficult process involving design guidelines, experience and many independent reviewers. Visual inspection is also used to identify any issues in layout that may cause problems. This is so time-consuming and error prone that often every check is not done with the same level of quality. Appropriate experts are used to validate electrical issues on the board, and this creates a further bottleneck, slowing the design and development process down even more.

Our agenda will include a description of the “electrical signoff” problem, and an overview of the HyperLynx tools that address the signoff requirements. Several short demos will show how easy-to-use and effective the HyperLynx virtual prototyping tools can be.

What You Will Learn

  • The “electrical signoff” challenge
  • How HyperLynx virtual prototyping solutions can improve the “electrical signoff process”
    • HyperLynx DRC
    • HyperLynx SI
    • HyperLynx PI

When
Norcross, Georgia: April 14, 2015
10 am – 1 pm

Tampa, Florida: April 16, 2015
10 am – 1 pm

To register, click here.

Share


Suggested Items

Nine Dot Connects: Good Design Instruction is a True Value-Add

11/09/2017 | Andy Shaughnessy, PCBDesign007
Nine Dot Connects has certainly blazed an interesting trail. The company started out as an Altium reseller, but in less than a decade, Nine Dot Connects has also become a design service bureau and a provider of PCB design instruction, training, and consulting services. I recently interviewed Paul Taubman, technical services director for Nine Dot Connects. We discussed the company’s expansion from VAR to service bureau and content provider, and the changing landscape of PCB design instruction.

AltiumLive Summit—Munich, Germany, Part 2

11/13/2017 | Pete Starkey, I-Connect007
Pete Starkey continues with his review of the AltiumLive PCB Design Summit held recently in Munich, Germany. The second day commenced with a new product launch. “Working together is hard” it read on the screen. Statistics indicated that 33% of new products were late getting to market, of which 28% were late due to insufficient collaboration, and up to 50% of potential revenue could be lost through being late to market. Then the screen read “NEXUS makes it easy!”

AltiumLive Summit—Munich, Germany, Part 1

11/07/2017 | Pete Starkey, I-Connect007
Altium held a very successful AltiumLive PCB Design Summit in San Diego, California at the beginning of October for the benefit of their North American design community, and followed it three weeks later with a counterpart European event in Munich. And what an eye-opener it proved to be—literally hundreds of delegates, a superbly organised and managed programme, billed as a completely immersive two-day interactive design experience on a theme of learning, connecting and getting inspired.



Copyright © 2017 I-Connect007. All rights reserved.