Dr. Eric Bogatin, Dean of Signal Integrity Academy, is back for some awesome discussion about bad PCB design guidelines. How to spot them to avoid ruining your design? This is going to be fun and insightful! Make sure to check the show notes and additional resources below. Watch until the end. Our favorite Dean has some perks for our listeners.

Altium 365: Where the World Designs Electronics

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Show Highlights:

  • Eric’s AltiumLive Presentation

    • Pathological Design Features
    • Demonstration of the 2D Field Solver built-in for free in Altium Designer
  • Your intuition + PCB design tool can make or break your PCB design performance
  • Most Common Sources of Noise
    • Ground bounce as an extreme case of crosstalk
    • Design structures that can strongly contribute to EMI failures
  • Eric Explains “transparent interconnect”
  • Best measurement practice and routing correctly
  • Is an Arduino board really for beginners?
  • EMI Problems caused by split planes—the trifecta, you get reflection noise, you get crosstalk noise, you get EMI noise out of it
  • Eric Bogatin, Steve Sandler, and Larry Smith debunked PCB design myths and legends—the Myth of Three Capacitor Values
  • Power integrity becoming Signal Integrity
    • What is Rad-hard?
    • Reliability concerns in aerospace technology and automotive systems
    • Fiber in vehicle and fiber base radar could be the solution
  • Eric answers, What do you think about right-angle traces?
  • 3 Month Signal Integrity Academy Subscription, use promo code ALT21
  • AltiumLive Connect, register now!

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Altium 365: Where the World Designs Electronics

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