Jumpstart your next high-speed PCB design with our experts!
Interfaces are getting faster by the day! This requires increased attention in the PCB design.
The PCB design is the key source and solution for EMC issues. In this webinar, we will explore different stackup examples and try to improve them. We highlight the changes in impedance basis the geometry of the trace and the PCB stackup. We demonstrate how Altium can be used for calculating the trace geometry to get the desired impedance.
The key to a successful PCB design is to manage the return path. This is not only essential for the signal traces, but also involves a proper power delivery. The goal is to minimize EMC issues to pass the tests. We will also show you key do’s and don’ts for improving the return paths.
We will discuss the different length matching requirements of the interfaces and how we can set up rules in Altium Designer. We also learn how Altium Designer can ease the length matching in a complex design.
Passing an EMC test is not a matter of luck. By following simple rules you can master your next design!
- Learn how important the PCB stackup is and how trace impedances can be calculated
- Understand the importance of the return path for signals and power
- Get to know the high-speed design aids of the latest Altium Designer versions
- Master the signal length matching with the help of Altium Designer
- Have your questions answered by hardware development experts
Note: This is part 2 of our two-part webinar series. Watch part 1: Build your own Embedded Carrier Board, easily!
The video recording of the webinar will be made available here shortly.
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