This advanced one day workshop builds on the fundamentals established in the Hands-On Power Integrity 2-day Workshop and covers different, complementary material. Attendance at the 2-day workshop is optional and not a pre-requisite for taking this 1-day workshop, though knowledge of the core power integrity concepts is extremely helpful. It seems that almost all circuits today include high speed devices including FPGAs, memory, CPUs, and data transceivers. Meeting the power quality requirements of these devices is a major challenge. Continuously increasing edge speeds, decreasing rail voltages and shorter design cycles increase the challenges. Multilayer circuit boards are required, expensive and the fabrication cycle is long, so we need to minimize the number of printed circuit board revisions. There are so many voltage regulators to choose from, how do we either select one or design one, especially when so few component details are provided by the manufacturers? This VRM modeling and decoupling seminar addresses all of these issues in four sections.
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|DoubleTree By Hilton
2100 S Priest Dr
Tempe, Arizona 85282
|September 8, 2017||$750 USD||Register Now|
|Detroit, Michigan||September 28, 2017||$750 USD||Register Now|
|Baltimore, Maryland||October 20, 2017||$750 USD||Register Now|
|Seattle, Washington||November 9, 2017||$750 USD||Register Now|
|Santa Clara, California||November 30, 2017||$750 USD||Register Now|
|Dallas, Texas||January 11, 2018||$750 USD||Register Now|
* Note: Location is TBD and will be confirmed shortly.
Test equipment will be provided for the hands-on portion of the class. Includes Oscilloscopes, VNAs, Spectrum Analyzers, EMI and PDN probes, and other support instruments.
VRTS3 Boards, Flat Impedance Boards, and Decoupling Kits will also be made available for class usage.
Target Audience: Anyone involved with designing or utilizing power systems, anyone using or designing voltage regulators, linear or switching. Attendee should be an electrical or test engineer.
- Class Notes and Slides
- Hands-On Lab Exercises