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October 8, 2019

Sponsored by: EDI CON CHINA



Executive Q&A: Lee McMillan, Noisecom

By Janine Love

SIJ had the chance to catch up with Dr. Lee McMillan, Director of Engineering, Noisecom, about where he sees the company’s SI/PI portfolio going, and the upcoming opportunities and challenges of PAM4. Read on to learn more.

News Feature1

Fully Automated Emission Measurements in Real-Time According to CISPR in 64 Bit

The EMI receiver families TDEMI® of GAUSS INSTRUMENTS® provide a huge fully CISPR compliant real-time bandwidth and therefore allow to speed up your measurements tremendouosly and to reduce the measurement uncertainty significantly - both at the same time.

News Feature2

Consolidate Signal and Power With TE Connectivity’s Sliver Cabled Receptacles and Assemblies for SFF-TA-1002

TE Connectivity (TE), continues to extend its Sliver line of connectors and cable assemblies for SFF-TA-1002 with new cabled receptacles and cable assemblies that consolidate signal and power into one cost-effective solution.



Rohde & Schwarz


EMI Debugging a Switched-Mode Power Supply With R&S®FPC1000/ R&S®FPC1500

Sponsored By Rohde & Schwarz

Today, R&D engineers face challenging time-to-market goals. Extending the product development schedule and delaying the product launch can prove to be extremely costly in terms of lost opportunity and lost market share. A significant number of products fail EMC compliance the first time. Every day spent debugging, isolating and correcting the EMI problem increases the time to market. Download the app note to discover more.

EDI CON Online

Available On-Demand: Characterizing the VRM

Didn't get a chance to attend EDI CON Online? This SI/PI Technical Session presented by Steve Sandler took place on September 12. Steves's session covered the test bench setup to perform the measurements needed to characterize the predominant VRM noise paths. These measurements provide a roadmap to optimizing the VRM from a system level perspective, ensuring power integrity, while minimizing VRM noise that degrades performance of other system circuits.

Register now for this on-demand session, it's FREE.


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Life Beyond 6 Gbps: How to Predict PCB Interconnect Behavior at the Microwave Frequency Bandwidth

This webinar is just an introduction into the broad subject of microwave signal integrity. It is an overview of the most important elements and design flow steps necessary to design predictable PCB interconnects with high confidence. Who should attend: Designers of PCB interconnects operating at 6-112 Gbps. Signal Integrity engineers and engineering managers interested in deep understanding of how interconnects work. Register now and join us on October 31st for this informative presentation.


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