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Going from rules of thumb to simulation

Recently, a company out of South Africa, Peralex, wrote an article on their PCB design practices for military and other sensitive applications entitled Signal Integrity Analysis for Military PCBs.  If you’ve been on the fence with doing signal integrity simulation, this might provide some insight regarding the benefits you can gain out of performing analysis and how you can integrate simulation into your design methodology based on someone’s experience.   They talk about some of the technology challenges that drove them to do signal integrity simulation and how they implemented a new design methodology.   Follow the link below to read more:

PCB007 – Signal Integrity Analysis for Military PCBs

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About Steve McKinney

Steve McKinneyI've always been enamored with how things work from a very young age (I can see it in my daughter too who is only about a year old). I tend to dive into new things I find interesting and immerse myself in as much information as possible (where would we be without the internet!? Thank you Al Gore!....or should I say Tim Berners-Lee). I also love new gadgets (who doesn't!) and seeing what the latest/greatest innovations are. Hopefully this blog shares some of that excitement I have for technology and gives you a place to learn and maybe laugh a little bit along the way. If you want the business side of me, I graduated from North Carolina State University (Go Wolfpack!!) with an MSEE in RF and Microwave circuit design and am currently working for Mentor Graphics where I hold the role of Business Development Manager for Mentor's PCB Analysis products. Prior to this role, I was a Technical Marketing Engineer with Mentor, a Signal Integrity engineer at Dell, and a hardware designer at LVL7 Systems. Visit The HyperBlog

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