Mike LaBonte

An EDA software developer, Mike LaBonte has 29 years of signal integrity experience with 10 years of prior electronic thermal and reliability analysis experience. He is currently a software developer for The MathWorks and its subsidiary SiSoft. He will end his term as chair of the IBIS Open Forum in June. Mike holds a B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of New Hampshire.

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Coming Up: Easier Signal Integrity Simulation Setup with IBIS 7.0

There was a time when the signal integrity of connections between digital ICs could be nearly ensured by following one simple rule: don’t connect more than some maximum number of input pins to any single output pin. Often the fanout limit would be around 7. No models, no simulations. Everything we needed was in the thick books of vendor datasheets that filled our shelves, the tree-killing viral precursor to AOL installation CDs. Ah, those were the days!


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Wondering what IBIS Open Forum actually does? Mike LaBonte lifts the curtain and invites you to learn more about IBIS models.

IBIS Day in Boston

Wondering what IBIS Open Forum actually does? Mike LaBonte lifts the curtain and invites you to learn more about IBIS models.

Wondering what IBIS Open Forum actually does? Mike LaBonte lifts the curtain and invites you to learn more about IBIS models.


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