I-Connect007 Launches ‘The Printed Circuit Designer’s Guide to… Signal Integrity by Example’ Micro eBook


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I-Connect007 is excited to announce the release of the next book in our micro eBook Design series: The Printed Circuit Designer’s Guide to… Signal Integrity by Example.

The Printed Circuit Designer’s Guide to…is an ongoing series of micro eBooks specifically dedicated to the education of PCB designers. This book series has become the gold standard for people seeking the most relevant design information available.
 
The latest title in this new line of eBooks, The Printed Circuit Designer’s Guide to… Signal Integrity by Example, is authored by Fadi Deek of Mentor, a Siemens business. This free micro eBook details the importance of eliminating signal integrity challenges. The chapters explore four possible signal integrity problems using an understanding of essential signal integrity principles.
 
“This eBook looks under the hood and identifies two often neglected sources of reflections: the package model and the input gate capacitance of the receiver. Considering these two features, many of the mysterious ringing effects are instantly understood,” says Dr. Eric Bogatin, dean of the Teledyne LeCroy Signal Integrity Academy.
 
This eBook has something to offer any engineer interested in identifying problems, root causes, and solutions surrounding electronic transmissions.
 
We welcome you to download this book for free by visiting www.I-007eBooks.com/SIE. You can find all of the titles in our eBook series by visiting our library at www.I-007eBooks.com.
 
Here are some other exciting titles in our micro eBook series:


We hope you enjoy The Printed Circuit Designer’s Guide to… Signal Integrity by Example in eBook format, if you'd like to order this book from our print-on-demand service, click here.
 
For more information, contact:

Barb Hockaday
I-Connect007 I-007eBooks

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