This archive contains the past message traffic of the si-list (signal integrity mailing list). This is primarily a technical mailing list dealing with varied SI issues of interest to si specialists and/or anyone with an interest in high-speed digital/analog phenomena.


The following message is a modified copy of that sent out when
the list was activated.

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	The si-list is intended to be a forum for professionals both
in industry and academia to: discuss signal integrity matters, ask
questions pertaining to si, make announcements related to si related
functions, and anything else you can think of related signal integrity.
	Modeling, simulation, measurements, software, EMC/EMI are
some of the areas for discussion that come to mind.

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	As of 7/10/97 the past archived traffic of si-list is available
for reading at on the WWW .


The si-list and the si-list archives are maintained as a public service for the internet technical community by:

            Raymond E. Anderson	WB6TPU
            Signal Integrity Engineer
            Sun Microsystems 
            901 San Antonio Rd.  MS MPK15-103
            Palo Alto, CA  94303-4900
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