[SI-LIST] : Re: How to get started in SI

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From: Kentaylorus@aol.com
Date: Thu Jul 06 2000 - 17:19:07 PDT


Mike, you're in the right place, on this list. Others, like us, will be
pleased to offer help on specific questions too. Martyn pointed out that you
need a good Fab relationship. I'll expand a little on that by saying that
it's also important that you select a Fab that has good understanding of your
SI needs, as you will find that a well-informed and properly equipped Fab can
contribute greatly to your own work. This is true even if you are designing
for a customer. Try to work with or through him with the Fab. It really is a
three way partnership, it's not down to a single player.

Regards,
Ken Taylor.

<< From: michael.g.mcdermott@delphiauto.com
 Subject: [SI-LIST] : How to get started in SI
 
 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 help
in
 getting started, sofware that is helpful, etc.
 Thanks!
 __________________________
 Mike McDermott - EE Hardware Analysis & Simulation >>

Ken Taylor
ken.taylor@polarinst.com

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