From: Martyn Gaudion (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Jul 06 2000 - 16:19:26 PDT
A good relationship with your PCB fabricator is an
essential part of delivering boards with good SI performance.
All your design work can be compromised if the boards
you source are not from a vendor who is competent
at producing high speed boards.
You can find some useful reading in the
application notes section at www.polarinst.com
At 12:32 06/07/00 -0500, you wrote:
>Our company is now just running into SI problems, and want to be able to avoid
>more problems in the future. We design using FR4 and ceramic. I've been
>researching the topic, and have read a couple of books. I'm looking for
>getting started, sofware that is helpful, etc.
>Mike McDermott - EE Hardware Analysis & Simulation
>MS CT-30B 765-451-0704 or 8-322-0704
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