Janine Love, SIJ Editor and Technical Program Director for EDI CON
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Janine Sullivan Love

Janine Love is the editor of Signal Integrity Journal, working closely with the editorial staff and Advisory Board to bring technical, high-value content to readers in digital, video, and print formats. In addition, she serves as the technical program director for EDI CON and a contributing editor to Microwave Journal.

Top 5 Webinars for 2019

December 6, 2019

As rated by registrants and views, here are the Top 5 must see Webinars on Signal Integrity Journal for 2019. Thank you for your viewership in 2019, and we look forward to bringing you many more great technical webcasts in 2020!

 These webcasts are available to watch anytime on-demand for free.


Best Design Practices to Eliminate Ground Bounce in Your Next Product

Presented by Eric Bogatin at EDI CON Online 2019

This SI/PI Technical Session will cover a few examples of design features that cause ground bounce, and how to avoid this problem in your next product. We will use measurements of two board designs, one done correctly and one with ground bounce errors to verify our best design practices. After we explore the root cause and how to prevent ground bounce, you should never suffer this problem again. Watch on-demand now for free.



High-Speed Interconnect Design and Correlation at 112 Gbps PAM: How does this affect me?

Presented by Scott McMorrow at EDI CON Online 2019

This SI/PI Technical Session will detail an interconnect design process from concept and design through simulation, testing and correlation to high-volume manufacturing. Scott will explore how the correlation between simulated and tested and measured results builds confidence in a design process. Watch on-demand now for free.



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

Presented by Yuriy Shlepnev
Sponsored by Rohde & Schwarz NA

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. Watch on-demand now for free.



Measuring and Interpreting Impedance Data

Presented by Steve Sandler
Sponsored by Rohde & Schwarz

Power integrity engineers have been learning to make VRM impedance measurements to compare to the design goal or “target impedance”. Once the measurement has been performed, it’s important to be able to interpret the data. Is the result good or bad? What do I need to do to improve it? How does the impedance measurement relate to step load response and control loop stability? This webinar addresses all of these topics, providing you with the ability to perform accurate measurements, analyze the results and relate the impedance to step load response and control loop stability. Watch on-demand now for free.



Understanding SNDR and All that Goes Into It

Presented by Ransom Stephens
Sponsored by Rohde & Schwarz NA

In this seminar, we’ll use the Signal to noise and dispersion ratio measurement as a lab to understand not only SNDR, but the important quantities that go into it and many other measurements: pulse response and how it relates to features of interconnects like transfer functions and impulse response as well as ISI (inter-symbol interference); waveform fitting, fit deviations, and signal distortion; and measurement of the steady state voltage and pulse peak. In the process, we’ll see exactly how SNDR compares electrical signal strength to the combination of random noise and harmonic distortion.  Watch on-demand now for free.


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