Why You Should Stop Hanging on to Legacy Design Rules
He’s back! Signal integrity expert Eric Bogatin returns to the OnTrack podcast to give us a preview of his upcoming AltiumLive 2020 panels, discuss his ongoing quest to impart best design practices to the next generation of engineers, and teach us all how to avoid problematic ‘legacy design rules’ that no longer apply to today’s technology.
Dr. Bogatin is Signal Integrity Evangelist at Teledyne LeCroy, and adjunct professor and lecturer at University of Colorado Boulder. You can also find his Webinars at Be the Signal.
Listen to the Podcast:
Watch the video:
Reacquainting with Eric Bogatin
Jedi Master Yoda and the origins of common design myths
’Legacy design rules’ and the dynamics keeping common myths in place
Eric’s Signal Integrity Journal article, “The Myth of Three Capacitor Values”
Do your own analysis: the archeology of truth in the age of the search engine
Istvan Novak, Steve Sandler, Heidi Barnes, and more: upcoming AltiumLive panel(s)
Best measurement practices: Eric’s Webinars and where you can find them
Eric’s ebook: Bogatin’s Practical Guide to Transmission Line Design and Characterization for Signal Integrity Application
Register for FREE: AltiumLive Virtual Summit
Links and Resources:
- Eric Bogatin on LinkedIn
- Webinar: Be the Signal
- Journal Article: The Myth of Three Capacitor Values
- EBook: Bogatin’s Practical Guide to Transmission Line Design and Characterization for Signal Integrity Application
- Recent Podcast Episodes with Eric:
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