October Issue of The PCB Design Magazine Available Now


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The October issue of The PCB Design Magazine is now available.

Signal Integrity: The Insider’s Viewpoint

You’ve heard it before: “If you don’t have signal integrity issues, you will.” New low-loss materials are constantly being rolled out to help with signal integrity, and most EDA companies now offer some flavor of tool that can design high-speed, high-frequency boards. But signal integrity continues to perplex PCB designers and design engineers. This month, we bring you a variety of feature articles by some of the top SI experts around.

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Who Really Owns the PCB Layout?

12/13/2017 | Paul Taubman, Nine Dot Connects
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Cadence Allegro Pulse Extends Team Collaboration

12/06/2017 | Cadence Design Systems, Inc.
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Bay Area Circuits Updates InstantDFM Tool

11/29/2017 | Andy Shaughnessy, PCB Design007
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