Richard Gaunt wrote:
> Does anyone know of university programs designed to teach signal integrity?
> I am interested in degree or non-degree offerings or instructors that are
> strong in this area.
> Stilwell Baker / SiQual Corporation
> fax: (503) 885-0550
On a scientific level (not complete):
- the universtity of Hawaii established an institute covering high speed digital design two years ago
- IEEE: there is a workshop in Germany next year (May), organized by the Univ. of Hannover / Germany;
"Signal propagation and Interconnects" Link: http://www.lfi.uni-hannover.de/
--->>> A good link for further for internet investigation is: http://www.sethcorp.com/
(there you might find nearly all links to EMC/SI also university courses).
For a practical approach just contact the software vendors of SI tools; mostly they offer trainings (to admit: for their own software, but not always). Institution and companies, from which I know, that they offer trainings (not
NESA / INCASES / TI (Germany) / Hewlett Packard
Application sheets / data sheets are a valuable sources; especially those of TI and National Semiconductor.
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