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PCB Material Selection for High Speed Digital Design

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2/26/14 11:00 am to 2/26/14 12:00 pm EDT

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Technical Education Webinar Series

Title: PCB Material Selection for High Speed Digital Design

Presented by: Mike Miller, Senior Manager of Military/Aerospace and Microwave Design Specialist

Sponsored by: Isola Group

Date: February 26, 2014

Time: 8am PT/ 11am ET/ 4pm UTC

In this webcast, Isola will cover PCB material selection for modern High Speed Digital applications including:

• Overview of high speed digital applications and increasing need for faster channels
• Descriptions of factors limiting performance at higher speeds
• Product solutions addressing the current and future HSD Needs

1. Printed Circuit Boards for High Speed Digital Applications
2. PCB factors that limit high speed digital performance
3. Product solutions
4. Summary and conclusions

Why this webcast is important:
There are many PCB choices for high speed digital applications. The choice of material depends on many factors including maximum data rate, length of high speed digital channel, as well as thermal and processing considerations. The choice of material can be fundamental to the development of a successful product. After this web seminar, the viewer should have increased understanding of PCB product selection for high speed digital applications.

Presenter Information:
Mike Miller is the Senior Manager of Military/Aerospace and Microwave Design Specialist for the OEM marketing team at Isola Group. Mike has more than 25 years of experience in RF/microwave and electromagnetics, having held senior engineering positions at General Atomics, ANSYS, Boeing, Northrop-Grumman and Lockheed-Martin. His career has focused on antenna and radome design, the design, simulation and application of engineered EM materials, and RF subsystems and channels. Mike has specialized in the application of computational electromagnetic tools. He has co-authored seven patents in antennas and electromagnetically tailored materials. Mike holds a MSEE degree from Arizona State University, he is an active participant in the Electromagnetic Code Consortium and currently a member of NDIA and IEEE.


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