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High-speed design courses

25 November 2015 News

EDA Technologies is bringing international expert Lee Ritchey to South Africa to present in-depth technical courses on designing and fabricating high-speed printed circuit boards (PCB). In addition to Ritchey’s three-day seminars, delegates will have the option to sign up for an additional day featuring an Altium high-speed application session. The courses will take place in Centurion, Pretoria from 1 to 4 March 2016, and in Stellenbosch, Cape Town from 7 to 10 March.

Ritchey will provide highly practical, tool-independent coverage of all key aspects of the high-speed design process. Beginning with the fundamentals of electromagnetic fields and the behaviour of transmission lines that are the basis for all high-speed signalling, he will move on to examine aspects of high-speed design leading to the development of a robust set of PCB design rules up to 32 Gbps, accounting for power subsystem design, routing rules and design of PCB stack-ups as well as the fabrication rules needed to balance performance against cost and manufacturability.

The Altium high-speed application session will cover all the latest high-speed capabilities in Altium Designer 16. Students will learn how to implement advanced design rules and new features in order to meet their PCB design requirements.

For more information contact EDA Technologies, +27 (0)12 665 0375, seminar@edatech.co.za, www.edatech.co.za



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