[SI-LIST] : High Speed Digital Design Topics site update

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From: Andrew Phillips ([email protected])
Date: Wed May 03 2000 - 05:40:30 PDT

Hi everyone,

For your information - the High Speed Digital Design Topics site is
evolving slowly and has been recently updated. Please check it out:

1. New section on general questions about the site and a summary of
What's New.

2. New Topic - Signal Integrity Simulation Tools - thanks to Weston

3. New Topic - Resistance and Ampacity of Wires and Cables - thanks to
John Barnes

4. Updated Topic - Using IBIS Models - thanks to Kim Helliwell

Also, check out a great collection of notes, software tools and lab
exercises from a recent presentation on 'Introduction to IBIS Models' by
Arpad Muranyi of Intel.

Other Topics are currently being worked on - more updates soon!

Anyone else wanting to get involved with helping build this FAQ / info
source - please let me know. Any other comments about the site are
greatly appreciated.


Andrew Phillips
Supercomputing Systems AG
Zurich Switzerland

p.s. one thing this site really needs is a better name - the current one
was thunk up by me in about 30 seconds and - apart from all else its a
bit ... err ... familiar to ANOTHER site.

Any ideas??

I'm looking for a name that satisfies the following:
- grasps something important about high-speed digital design / signal
integrity. (I thought maybe 'Livin on the Edge' - but that kinda sucks).

- can be used to make a decent, not-too-long URL - the site currently
hangs off my home area of my work web-server - I'd like to change this.
- maybe even sounds cool??

Thanks for any help.

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