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When designing a PCB, the signal routing and its return are critical to the circuit working properly. Great care is usually given to routing the signals, but often the return portion is the last...

When time-varying (AC) signals travel in the transmission lines of a board, state-changing electric and magnetic fields are present. These fields, when not controlled, are the source of noise and...

This is a session for embedded engineers and PCB designers who have never done RF board layout but are curious and want to have a go at it. It is not for experienced microwave engineers. This...

The new IPC Digital Twin standard (IPC-2551) defines an interoperable framework in which thousands of applications from multiple sources work seamlessly together, providing the opportunity for...

“Designing PCBs which will pass EMC the first time is something that motivates me in my job, and one can learn a lot from Rick Hartley, Dan Beeker, Eric Bogatin, Susy Webb and Lee Ritchey. [With] webinars on demand, if you don’t understand something, you can just play it again.” – Josko Marasovic

“Designing PCBs which will pass EMC the first time is something that motivates me in my job, and one can learn a lot from Rick Hartley, Dan Beeker, Eric Bogatin, Susy Webb and Lee Ritchey. [With] webinars on demand, if you don’t understand something, you can just play it again.” – Josko Marasovic

“Designing PCBs which will pass EMC the first time is something that motivates me in my job, and one can learn a lot from Rick Hartley, Dan Beeker, Eric Bogatin, Susy Webb and Lee Ritchey. [With] webinars on demand, if you don’t understand something, you can just play it again.” – Josko Marasovic

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