From: Ritchey Lee (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Mar 30 2001 - 08:05:29 PST
I have not revised the book that was published in 1992. I'm hoping to
replace it sometime next year. Meanwhile, I have a 200+ page book that
I copy for my high speed classes. Unfortunately, the only way to get it
is to attend one of the classes.
For those who might wish to do this, there are four public classes
coming up in May. These classes are put on by UC Berkeley.
You can see the schedule and cities by logging onto my web site,
You can enroll from that web site if you see a class near you that you
want to attend. The cities are Boston, LA, Chicago and San Franciscc.
Steeve Gaudreault wrote:
> Hi all,
> Does anyone know if a new edition of Ritchey Lee's book (1) or Howard
> Johnson's book (2) will be issue or they are still pretty much up to
> I have just got the one from Stephen Hall (3) and there are some
> discrepancies between what Stephen says and what the 2 first authors
> wrote (as instance: Differential signals as to be routed as
> differential pairs, Power plane split, etc.... ). I noticed that there
> is a lot of "rules of thumb" in the latest book (3), that's what
> scares me.
> Any comments ??
> 1. High Speed Pcb Design 4th Edition - 1996
> 2. (High-Speed Digital Design : A Handbook of Black Magic - 1992
> (3) High-Speed Digital System Design : A Handbook of Interconnect
> Theory and Design Practices - 2000
> H/W eng., Nortel Networks
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