Date: Tue Mar 21 2000 - 17:00:19 PST
Hi Ray (and everyone),
It's funny you should look into this and say there is so few volunteers.
Seems Howard Johnson/Lee Ritchey/Doug Brooks are already available:
http://www.signalintegrity.com - Howard Johnson, online
http://www.chipcenter.com/signalintegrity/main.html (sig int/hi-speed)
http://www.ultracad.com - Doug Brooks, online
Lee Ritchey is available thru emails. If you don't have his email, or
don't know who he is, find out!
Just thought I'd throw this on the pile. Seems there is much info
already available, we just need to find the people who know where it
> Date: Tue, 21 Mar 2000 16:17:01 -0800 (PST)
> From: "Ray Anderson" <Raymond.Anderson@Eng.Sun.COM>
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> Subject: [SI-LIST] : SI FAQ Proposal
> Si-list members-
> Long time subscribers to this mailing list will remember
> from time to time about the need for a proper FAQ on Signal
> and/or high-speed digital design topics. So far it has been
> much effort would be required and a few pople have volunteered to
> distribute some of the load - but until now there hasn't been
> I was recently contacted by Andrew Phillips who is keen to see
> FAQ-building project happen. He thinks it would help to have a
> website to handle coordination of information gathering and
> dissemination activities. He has put together a preliminary
> such a website that can be viewed here:
> At the moment Andrew has listed a few 'topics' on high-speed
> design that should be persued - there are of course many more
> to be included. He is looking for volunteers who would like to
> involved with working on each topic - specifically topic
> (responsible for a particular topic) and topic peers (to help
> and review information). Follow the links on the site if you are
> interested in getting involved.
> The site also includes other sections with general SI links,
> news etc. So far there isn't much there - Andrew has included
> ideas. He is looking for any constructive suggestions.
> This sounds like a great way to coordinate an FAQ-building
> what do you think? Want to get involved? Check it out.
> -Ray Anderson
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