PADS PCB Technology Road Show
Join us for this summer’s world tour of PADS technology!
This summer we’re hosting events around the world to showcase why you ‘Start Smarter’ when you start with PADS. New locations will be added each week.
NOTE: Agenda, speakers, and event times will vary. Minimum content is shown below; additional topics will be covered in some locations. Most seminars are half a day.
What You Will Learn
- The latest design challenges and trends that will affect PCB design
- The technology advances that are driving change
- Understanding the right tools for the desktop
- Case study: Designing Consumer Electronic Devices
- How the latest release of PADS can make you more productive
Who Should Attend
- Electrical Engineers
- PCB Designers
- Engineering Managers
- CAD Managers
PCB Design Challenges, Trends, and Technology Advances
Electronic product design challenges are on the rise, technology advances and complexity continue, but the pressure on you to get quality products to market on time never diminishes. In this session you will see a snapshot of these challenges and technology advances, as well as what your design tools will need to be capable of to meet your design goals.
Case Study: Designing Consumer Electronic Devices
Designing consumer electronics, in this case a cell phone, presents unique challenges. These include signal integrity, miniaturization, complex power planes, RF, and more. See how to Start Smarter and overcome these design issues with PADS!
PADS has a history of delivering regular product updates with new technology to our customers. In this session, we will review our last release, PADS 9.5, and give you a sneak preview of what’s planned in the upcoming releases.
Start Smarter with Analysis Tools for Desktop PCB Design
Learn how PADS analysis tools can identify critical areas of your circuitry through design simulation. We will examine how to analyze and quickly achieve signal and power integrity, and highlight key reasons...
Exhaustive PCB Performance Verification: Are You a Rev. C Company?
Electronic designs have become so complex, and operate at such extreme clock speeds that manual checking PCB designs for electrical rule compliance is just about impossible. While manual checks can reveal...
The Need for Speed and Accuracy: Techniques and Tools for Modern Signal-Integrity Analysis
This session will discuss the advanced techniques required for modern SI analysis, ranging from high-throughput batch simulation of memory interfaces to IBIS-AMI modeling of SERDES channels to 3D-electromagnetic...