Mentor Graphics’ HyperLynx Webinar: Making Analysis More Accessible


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From analysis novices to guru-level experts, Mentor Graphics’ HyperLynx has something for everyone to ensure that PCB designs are free from problems with signal integrity, power integrity, and radiated emissions.

This on-demand webinar demonstrates how to make analysis more accessible to everyone in your organization with HyperLynx and the VX release of Xpedition. From analysis novices to guru-level specialists, HyperLynx has something for everyone to make sure your designs are free from problems in signal integrity, power integrity, and radiated emissions.

What Attendees Will Learn

  • How to overcome accelerating design complexity with several tiers of analysis capabilities
  • How to manage system-level analysis more effectively

The presenter is Patrick Carrier, a technical marketing engineer specializing in analysis products, including signal and power integrity, EMC, and thermal design.

To view this webinar, click here.

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