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October 26, 2023
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Supercharging Electronic Design Development

Innovators in the electronics space know that successful new technology depends on razor thin timelines and cost margins. As electronic system complexity increases across different industries globally, demand for solutions that help achieve electronic, electrical, mechanical, thermal, and connectivity goals is at an all-time high.​ 

Altair Technology Conference will highlight how experts leverage converging simulation, AI, and data analytics technologies to push the boundaries of electronic design. Tracks will cover high-tech, automotive, and aerospace industries.

Join us to learn how your organization can breakdown data silos, collaborate, and discover actionable insights that drive real business value. Don’t miss this opportunity to bring your design development ahead of the curve in the world of electronics.

This is a global event! We will launch in three time zones and offer live audio translation of presentations into seven languages across the different time zones.

Decision Precision in Electronic System Design

Explore ways to improve reliability and accuracy in product development and the solutions that can prepare companies for future design challenges. Industry leaders will present insights into the successful strategies they have implemented within their organizations for accelerated, reliable, and sustainable electronic system design. This virtual event is designed to assist engineers and engineering managers specializing in electronics-based products. The sessions are organized into two focus areas:

Track One: Navigating High Tech Electronics Innovation empowers engineers working with compact, high-speed electronics to accelerate time to market and enhance cost efficiency through precise, error-free design decisions. Explore design solutions that address performance and manufacturability from the semiconductor level to the system level to reach optimum designs for improved after-sales reliability.

Track Two: Future-Proofing Aerospace and Automotive Electronic Design offers a deep dive into electronic system design challenges in the automotive and aerospace industries. Learn how engineers use simulation and data analytics to handle connected end-to-end design workflows early in the design cycle where reliability and robustness can be addressed before products reach the market.

Featured Speakers

Dr. Ulrich Jakobus
Dr. Ulrich Jakobus Altair Chief Engineer, Electronics
Tomide Adesanmi
Tomide Adesanmi Circuit Mind | Forbes 30 under 30 Co-Founder & CEO
Shesha Krishnapura
Shesha Krishnapura Intel Intel Fellow, IT Chief Technology Officer
Sarmad Khemmoro
Sarmad Khemmoro Altair SVP Electronics Design and Simulation
Dr. CJ Reddy
Dr. CJ Reddy Altair VP Business Development Electromagnetics
Dwight Howard
Dwight Howard Aptiv Former Manager of Electrical Engineering, Product Development with APTIV LPC
 Alice Lin
Alice Lin GN Audio Manager, Mechanics
Gilad Shapira
Gilad Shapira CADY Co-Founder and CEO
LaRue Brown
LaRue Brown Altair Senior Director, Data Solutions
Gopakumar (Gopu) Achath
Gopakumar (Gopu) Achath EMA Design Automation Vice President of Technology
Dr. Ulrich Jakobus
Dr. Ulrich Jakobus Altair Chief Engineer, Electronics
Tomide Adesanmi
Tomide Adesanmi Circuit Mind | Forbes 30 under 30 Co-Founder & CEO
Shesha Krishnapura
Shesha Krishnapura Intel Intel Fellow, IT Chief Technology Officer
Sarmad Khemmoro
Sarmad Khemmoro Altair SVP Electronics Design and Simulation
Dr. CJ Reddy
Dr. CJ Reddy Altair VP Business Development Electromagnetics
Dwight Howard
Dwight Howard Aptiv Former Manager of Electrical Engineering, Product Development with APTIV LPC
 Alice Lin
Alice Lin GN Audio Manager, Mechanics
Gilad Shapira
Gilad Shapira CADY Co-Founder and CEO
LaRue Brown
LaRue Brown Altair Senior Director, Data Solutions
Gopakumar (Gopu) Achath
Gopakumar (Gopu) Achath EMA Design Automation Vice President of Technology

Agenda

Thursday, October 26, 2023
Main Session
APAC: 10:00 (Bangalore) / 12:30 (Shanghai) / 13:30 (Tokyo) / 15:30 (Eastern Australia)
EMEA: 10:00 (London) / 11:00 (Paris, Madrid) / 12:00 (Athens)
AMER/LATAM: 9:00 (Los Angeles) / 10:00 ( Mexico City) / 12:00 (New York)

The main session will include keynotes by industry leaders presenting insights into the successful strategies they have implemented within their organizations for accelerated, reliable, and sustainable electronic system design.

Look forward to presentations from Dwight Howard, formerly with APTIV LPC, Alice Lin from GN Audio, Gilad Shapira from CADY, Gopakumar Achath from EMA Design Automation, and more.

Introduction

Sarmad Khemmoro I SVP, Electronics Design and Simulation, Altair

Accelerating Product Development for Electronic System Design

Dr. Ulrich Jakobus I Chief Engineer - Electronics, Altair

Altair’s solution for electronic system design will be introduced in this presentation. It covers Altair® Flux® & Altair® FluxMotor® for low frequency electromagnetics (EM) and electric motor design, Altair® Feko® (including Altair® WinProp™ & Altair® WRAP™) for high frequency EM applications and propagation modelling, Altair® HyperSpice™ (circuit solver), Altair® PSIM™ (power electronics), Altair® PollEx™ (solutions around PCB), Altair® EEvision™ (visualisation of wiring harnesses, schematics, components), and the newly added Altair® Silicon Debugging Tool™. In addition to a brief overview for ... Read More

The EDA/AI Imperative For Technology Evolution​

Dwight Howard I Former Manager of Electrical Engineering, Product Development with APTIV LPC

EDA has enabled rapid advances in technology across virtually every industry that has evolved today. Technology is evolving even at a faster pace today. Artificial Intelligence has played an increasing role in electronic design automation. The EDA-AI synergy must expand to meet enormous challenges of cost, schedule, complexity, first-time design quality, zero defects, applications imperatives of reliability/durability, safety, functionality in all areas of evolving technology. This Keynote presentation will highlight past examples where significant gains were achieved with EDA/AI and ... Read More

EM Simulations in Product Design: Convergence of Simulation, HPC, and AI

Dr. CJ Reddy I VP Business Development Electromagnetics, Altair

Simulation-driven design changed product development forever, enabling engineers to reduce design iterations, and prototype testing. High Performance Computing (HPC) expanded the opportunity to apply analysis, making large design studies possible within the timing constraints of a program. Now engineering adoption of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) is transforming product development again. Combination of physics-based simulation-driven design with machine learning, leveraging the latest in high-performance cloud computing, enables industry to explore more and identify high-potential designs – while rejecting ... Read More

Panel Discussion: AI/ML - The Future of Electronic Design! - Why/How/Where/When

Sarmad Khemmoro I SVP Electronics Design and Simulation, Altair
Dwight Howard I Former Manager of Electrical Engineering, Product Development with APTIV LPC
Kirsch Mackey I Owner, HaSofu | Kirsch Global Enterprises LLC
Gilad Shapira I Co-Founder and CEO, CADY
Tomide Adesanmi I Co-Founder & CEO, Circuit Mind | Forbes 30 under 30

Modern electronics follows multiple trends. Major ones is shortening time-to-market. The other top is miniaturization – fitting more functionalities in smaller space. One more is growing number of engineering competencies taking a part in electronics development process. With growing density, complexity level, and requirements for electronics AI and ML tools tend to be a natural solution to support engineers in their design process. There are multiple areas where these solutions might be applicable. Introduccing AI/ML technologies are facing several challenges ... Read More

Track 1: Navigating High Tech Electronics Innovation
APAC: 10:00 (Bangalore) / 12:30 (Shanghai) / 13:30 (Tokyo) / 15:30 (Eastern Australia)
EMEA: 10:00 (London) / 11:00 (Paris, Madrid) / 12:00 (Athens)
AMER/LATAM: 9:00 (Los Angeles) / 10:00 ( Mexico City) / 12:00 (New York)

Navigating High Tech Electronics Innovation empowers engineers working with compact, high-speed electronics to accelerate time to market and enhance cost efficiency through precise, error-free design decisions. Explore design solutions that address performance and manufacturability from the semiconductor level to the system level to reach optimum designs for improved after-sales reliability.

Increasing Electronic Design Automation (EDA) Performance and Throughput is Critical to Intel’s Silicon Design Engineers

Shesha Krishnapura I Intel Fellow, IT Chief Technology Officer, Intel

Silicon chip design engineers at Intel face ongoing challenges: integrating more features into ever-shrinking silicon chips, bringing products to market faster and keeping design engineering and manufacturing costs low. Design engineers run more than 273 million compute-intensive batch jobs every week. Each job takes from a few seconds to several days to complete.

As design complexity increases, so do the requirements for compute capacity, so refreshing servers and workstations with higher-performing systems is cost-effective and offers a competitive advantage by ... Read More

Optimizing Chiplets & 3D IC Design with Altair Multiphysics Simulation

Iyad Rayane I Senior Technical Specialist Electronic System Design -EMEA, Altair

Stacking multiple dies, 3D ICs offer enhanced functionality, reduced form factor, and improved interconnect density.

However, these advancements come with several challenges, including thermal management issues.

Multiphysics suites from Altair assist designers in optimizing thermal management strategies and minimizing thermal stress-induced failures.

Accelerating Innovative Product Development for Consumer Electronics

Alice Lin I Manager Mechanics, GN Audio (China) Ltd

In the realm of consumer electronics, rapidly innovating novel products has always been a chanllege.
Conventional simulation software’s preprocessing phase has proven time-consuming, especially when dealing with complex models like full device drops. Futhermore, the limitations of single-purpose solvers, e.g. separate purchases are required for structural and fluid analysis, have constrained the potential of simulation engineers.

Since 2018, Jabra start using Altair softwares in product design. By adopting Simlab, the preprocessing efficiency has been improved obviously, allow simulation experts ... Read More

Semiconductor Design Meets Data Analytics

LaRue Brown I Senior Director Data Solutions, Growth Accounts, Altair

Semiconductor design and processing requires the use of various components.  However, if any of those components fail, it can cause delays in production.  This session will focus on using machine learning to predict the remaining useful life and to plan maintenance actions for an electrostatic chuck to reduce delays caused by component failure.

HPC Techniques Applied to Analog IC Simulation with Altair® HyperSpice™

Dr. Andrea Casotto I Chief Scientist, Altair

Altair® HyperSpice™ is a fast analog circuit simulator developed by Altair. It is already bundled with many Altair solutions like Altair® Feko®, Altair® PollEx™, and Altair® PSIM™. When coupled with Altair new workload manager, HyperSpice can be used efficiently on small clusters where a limited number of licenses are available, or on a large scale possibly using hundreds of computers borrowed from the cloud.

Track 2: Future-Proofing Aerospace and Automotive Electronic Designs
APAC: 10:00 (Bangalore) / 12:30 (Shanghai) / 13:30 (Tokyo) / 15:30 (Eastern Australia)
EMEA: 10:00 (London) / 11:00 (Paris, Madrid) / 12:00 (Athens)
AMER/LATAM: 9:00 (Los Angeles) / 10:00 ( Mexico City) / 12:00 (New York)

Future-Proofing Aerospace and Automotive Electronic Design offers a deep dive into electronic system design challenges in the automotive and aerospace industries. Learn how engineers use simulation and data analytics to handle connected end-to-end design workflows early in the design cycle where reliability and robustness can be addressed before products reach the market.

Supply Chain Driven Circuit Design

Gopakumar (Gopu) Achath I Vice President of Technology, EMA Design Automation

Traditionally ECAD users weren’t integrated or involved in supply chain. However, with the rising challenges in semiconductor industry around chip shortages, customers have realized the need for integrating ECAD with supply chain. Last time buy and purchasing decision have moved upstream to ECAD designers. Learn how to validate design components and select components for your designs based on part availability, lifecycle status and most importantly lead time all from within your design tool. We will demonstrate how you can make ... Read More

PCB Verification for Reliable and Safe Electronics

Niranjan Bhat I Product Engineer, Altair
Marek Jableka I Senior Technical Specialist Electronic System Design (EMEA), Altair

PCB verification identifies and suggests corrections early in the design stage. Through verification, users check a pre-prototype layout design against geometrical design requirements and best practices. As an outcome, the risk for product functional, electrical, and assembly issues is reduced. PCB verification is addressing harsh operating conditions for a vehicle, such as temperature fluctuations, humidity, vibration, and electromagnetic interference through electrical validity and manufacturability.

Automatic Electrical Schematic Inspection by CADY

Gilad Shapira I Co-Founder and CEO, CADY

CADY introduces a groundbreaking SaaS system designed to automate the inspection process of electrical schematics. Utilizing proprietary NLP and Computer Vision algorithms, the technology proficiently interprets electronic component datasheets.

When a circuit design is uploaded to the CADY system, it meticulously traces along its nets and pins, cross-referencing against relevant datasheets to ensure adherence to manufacturer’s guidelines. The system generates comprehensive reports, highlighting discrepancies such as missing pull up/down resistors, voltage range violations, communication lines mismatch, potential capacitor breaches, and ... Read More

Enhancing PCB Quality and Reliability with Altair® PollEx™ Technical Cleanliness

Iyad Rayane I Senior Technical Specialist Electronic System Design -EMEA, Altair

Technical cleanliness is the level of purity required in production to ensure the reliable performance of products or systems.
Altair® PollEx™ offers a range of verification features including technical cleanliness.

Those features do not only simplify and automate your design verification, but also greatly reduces design cost by reducing design iterations.

EMC Conducted Emissions - What-If Simulative Evaluation

Marek Jableka I Senior Technical Specialist Electronic System Design (EMEA), Altair

Until recently, EMI issues could only be identified through time-consuming and costly hardware testing. The solution applicable for a single laboratory prototype often failed to scale to high-volume production. Lengthy cycles of disassembling products, soldering modifications, and retesting were required to make incremental improvements. This approach is costly and time consuming when it comes to tackling EMC-CE challenges.

Simulation provides actionable insights to address conducted emissions proactively. Identifying and addressing root causes with simulation reduces debug time and avoids costly ... Read More

Tackling EMI/EMC Challenges: One Rule At A Time

Harry Kennedy I Technical Specialist, Electronic System Design, Altair

If you’re not a signal integrity (SI) expert, the thought of EMI/EMC issues might bring you chills. As PCB simulation tools continue to improve, it’s important to incorporate signal integrity checks early in the design process. Instead of waiting for the analysis results after laying out your PCB, why not implement best practices into your verification process.In this workshop, we will look at common EMI/EMC issues, and how they can be traced back to design best practices. We also look ... Read More

Thursday, October 26, 2023
Main Session
Track 1: Navigating High Tech Electronics Innovation
Track 2: Future-Proofing Aerospace and Automotive Electronic Designs
APAC: 10:00 (Bangalore) / 12:30 (Shanghai) / 13:30 (Tokyo) / 15:30 (Eastern Australia)
EMEA: 10:00 (London) / 11:00 (Paris, Madrid) / 12:00 (Athens)
AMER/LATAM: 9:00 (Los Angeles) / 10:00 ( Mexico City) / 12:00 (New York)

The main session will include keynotes by industry leaders presenting insights into the successful strategies they have implemented within their organizations for accelerated, reliable, and sustainable electronic system design.

Look forward to presentations from Dwight Howard, formerly with APTIV LPC, Alice Lin from GN Audio, Gilad Shapira from CADY, Gopakumar Achath from EMA Design Automation, and more.

Introduction

Sarmad Khemmoro I SVP, Electronics Design and Simulation, Altair

Accelerating Product Development for Electronic System Design

Dr. Ulrich Jakobus I Chief Engineer - Electronics, Altair

Altair’s solution for electronic system design will be introduced in this presentation. It covers Altair® Flux® & Altair® FluxMotor® for low frequency electromagnetics (EM) and electric motor design, Altair® Feko® (including Altair® WinProp™ & Altair® WRAP™) for high frequency EM applications and propagation modelling, Altair® HyperSpice™ (circuit solver), Altair® PSIM™ (power electronics), Altair® PollEx™ (solutions around PCB), Altair® EEvision™ (visualisation of wiring harnesses, schematics, components), and the newly added Altair® Silicon Debugging Tool™. In addition to a brief overview for ... Read More

The EDA/AI Imperative For Technology Evolution​

Dwight Howard I Former Manager of Electrical Engineering, Product Development with APTIV LPC

EDA has enabled rapid advances in technology across virtually every industry that has evolved today. Technology is evolving even at a faster pace today. Artificial Intelligence has played an increasing role in electronic design automation. The EDA-AI synergy must expand to meet enormous challenges of cost, schedule, complexity, first-time design quality, zero defects, applications imperatives of reliability/durability, safety, functionality in all areas of evolving technology. This Keynote presentation will highlight past examples where significant gains were achieved with EDA/AI and ... Read More

EM Simulations in Product Design: Convergence of Simulation, HPC, and AI

Dr. CJ Reddy I VP Business Development Electromagnetics, Altair

Simulation-driven design changed product development forever, enabling engineers to reduce design iterations, and prototype testing. High Performance Computing (HPC) expanded the opportunity to apply analysis, making large design studies possible within the timing constraints of a program. Now engineering adoption of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) is transforming product development again. Combination of physics-based simulation-driven design with machine learning, leveraging the latest in high-performance cloud computing, enables industry to explore more and identify high-potential designs – while rejecting ... Read More

Panel Discussion: AI/ML - The Future of Electronic Design! - Why/How/Where/When

Sarmad Khemmoro I SVP Electronics Design and Simulation, Altair
Dwight Howard I Former Manager of Electrical Engineering, Product Development with APTIV LPC
Kirsch Mackey I Owner, HaSofu | Kirsch Global Enterprises LLC
Gilad Shapira I Co-Founder and CEO, CADY
Tomide Adesanmi I Co-Founder & CEO, Circuit Mind | Forbes 30 under 30

Modern electronics follows multiple trends. Major ones is shortening time-to-market. The other top is miniaturization – fitting more functionalities in smaller space. One more is growing number of engineering competencies taking a part in electronics development process. With growing density, complexity level, and requirements for electronics AI and ML tools tend to be a natural solution to support engineers in their design process. There are multiple areas where these solutions might be applicable. Introduccing AI/ML technologies are facing several challenges ... Read More

APAC: 10:00 (Bangalore) / 12:30 (Shanghai) / 13:30 (Tokyo) / 15:30 (Eastern Australia)
EMEA: 10:00 (London) / 11:00 (Paris, Madrid) / 12:00 (Athens)
AMER/LATAM: 9:00 (Los Angeles) / 10:00 ( Mexico City) / 12:00 (New York)

Navigating High Tech Electronics Innovation empowers engineers working with compact, high-speed electronics to accelerate time to market and enhance cost efficiency through precise, error-free design decisions. Explore design solutions that address performance and manufacturability from the semiconductor level to the system level to reach optimum designs for improved after-sales reliability.

Increasing Electronic Design Automation (EDA) Performance and Throughput is Critical to Intel’s Silicon Design Engineers

Shesha Krishnapura I Intel Fellow, IT Chief Technology Officer, Intel

Silicon chip design engineers at Intel face ongoing challenges: integrating more features into ever-shrinking silicon chips, bringing products to market faster and keeping design engineering and manufacturing costs low. Design engineers run more than 273 million compute-intensive batch jobs every week. Each job takes from a few seconds to several days to complete.

As design complexity increases, so do the requirements for compute capacity, so refreshing servers and workstations with higher-performing systems is cost-effective and offers a competitive advantage by ... Read More

Optimizing Chiplets & 3D IC Design with Altair Multiphysics Simulation

Iyad Rayane I Senior Technical Specialist Electronic System Design -EMEA, Altair

Stacking multiple dies, 3D ICs offer enhanced functionality, reduced form factor, and improved interconnect density.

However, these advancements come with several challenges, including thermal management issues.

Multiphysics suites from Altair assist designers in optimizing thermal management strategies and minimizing thermal stress-induced failures.

Accelerating Innovative Product Development for Consumer Electronics

Alice Lin I Manager Mechanics, GN Audio (China) Ltd

In the realm of consumer electronics, rapidly innovating novel products has always been a chanllege.
Conventional simulation software’s preprocessing phase has proven time-consuming, especially when dealing with complex models like full device drops. Futhermore, the limitations of single-purpose solvers, e.g. separate purchases are required for structural and fluid analysis, have constrained the potential of simulation engineers.

Since 2018, Jabra start using Altair softwares in product design. By adopting Simlab, the preprocessing efficiency has been improved obviously, allow simulation experts ... Read More

Semiconductor Design Meets Data Analytics

LaRue Brown I Senior Director Data Solutions, Growth Accounts, Altair

Semiconductor design and processing requires the use of various components.  However, if any of those components fail, it can cause delays in production.  This session will focus on using machine learning to predict the remaining useful life and to plan maintenance actions for an electrostatic chuck to reduce delays caused by component failure.

HPC Techniques Applied to Analog IC Simulation with Altair® HyperSpice™

Dr. Andrea Casotto I Chief Scientist, Altair

Altair® HyperSpice™ is a fast analog circuit simulator developed by Altair. It is already bundled with many Altair solutions like Altair® Feko®, Altair® PollEx™, and Altair® PSIM™. When coupled with Altair new workload manager, HyperSpice can be used efficiently on small clusters where a limited number of licenses are available, or on a large scale possibly using hundreds of computers borrowed from the cloud.

APAC: 10:00 (Bangalore) / 12:30 (Shanghai) / 13:30 (Tokyo) / 15:30 (Eastern Australia)
EMEA: 10:00 (London) / 11:00 (Paris, Madrid) / 12:00 (Athens)
AMER/LATAM: 9:00 (Los Angeles) / 10:00 ( Mexico City) / 12:00 (New York)

Future-Proofing Aerospace and Automotive Electronic Design offers a deep dive into electronic system design challenges in the automotive and aerospace industries. Learn how engineers use simulation and data analytics to handle connected end-to-end design workflows early in the design cycle where reliability and robustness can be addressed before products reach the market.

Supply Chain Driven Circuit Design

Gopakumar (Gopu) Achath I Vice President of Technology, EMA Design Automation

Traditionally ECAD users weren’t integrated or involved in supply chain. However, with the rising challenges in semiconductor industry around chip shortages, customers have realized the need for integrating ECAD with supply chain. Last time buy and purchasing decision have moved upstream to ECAD designers. Learn how to validate design components and select components for your designs based on part availability, lifecycle status and most importantly lead time all from within your design tool. We will demonstrate how you can make ... Read More

PCB Verification for Reliable and Safe Electronics

Niranjan Bhat I Product Engineer, Altair
Marek Jableka I Senior Technical Specialist Electronic System Design (EMEA), Altair

PCB verification identifies and suggests corrections early in the design stage. Through verification, users check a pre-prototype layout design against geometrical design requirements and best practices. As an outcome, the risk for product functional, electrical, and assembly issues is reduced. PCB verification is addressing harsh operating conditions for a vehicle, such as temperature fluctuations, humidity, vibration, and electromagnetic interference through electrical validity and manufacturability.

Automatic Electrical Schematic Inspection by CADY

Gilad Shapira I Co-Founder and CEO, CADY

CADY introduces a groundbreaking SaaS system designed to automate the inspection process of electrical schematics. Utilizing proprietary NLP and Computer Vision algorithms, the technology proficiently interprets electronic component datasheets.

When a circuit design is uploaded to the CADY system, it meticulously traces along its nets and pins, cross-referencing against relevant datasheets to ensure adherence to manufacturer’s guidelines. The system generates comprehensive reports, highlighting discrepancies such as missing pull up/down resistors, voltage range violations, communication lines mismatch, potential capacitor breaches, and ... Read More

Enhancing PCB Quality and Reliability with Altair® PollEx™ Technical Cleanliness

Iyad Rayane I Senior Technical Specialist Electronic System Design -EMEA, Altair

Technical cleanliness is the level of purity required in production to ensure the reliable performance of products or systems.
Altair® PollEx™ offers a range of verification features including technical cleanliness.

Those features do not only simplify and automate your design verification, but also greatly reduces design cost by reducing design iterations.

EMC Conducted Emissions - What-If Simulative Evaluation

Marek Jableka I Senior Technical Specialist Electronic System Design (EMEA), Altair

Until recently, EMI issues could only be identified through time-consuming and costly hardware testing. The solution applicable for a single laboratory prototype often failed to scale to high-volume production. Lengthy cycles of disassembling products, soldering modifications, and retesting were required to make incremental improvements. This approach is costly and time consuming when it comes to tackling EMC-CE challenges.

Simulation provides actionable insights to address conducted emissions proactively. Identifying and addressing root causes with simulation reduces debug time and avoids costly ... Read More

Tackling EMI/EMC Challenges: One Rule At A Time

Harry Kennedy I Technical Specialist, Electronic System Design, Altair

If you’re not a signal integrity (SI) expert, the thought of EMI/EMC issues might bring you chills. As PCB simulation tools continue to improve, it’s important to incorporate signal integrity checks early in the design process. Instead of waiting for the analysis results after laying out your PCB, why not implement best practices into your verification process.In this workshop, we will look at common EMI/EMC issues, and how they can be traced back to design best practices. We also look ... Read More

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