We are very pleased to announce our 2-day seminar with Richard Hartley (Control of Noise, EMI & SI).
Knowing how to design circuit boards to contain and control energy (fields) and knowing how to mitigate and control the effects of high-speed devices is the key to the successful design of low noise circuits. This 2-day seminar with signal integrity guru, Richard Hartley, is a crisp focus of the issues PCB designers and engineers need to know to prevent problems with noise, EMI & signal integrity. Moreover, you will learn how to deal with crosstalk and grounding problems in high-speed digital and mixed-signal designs.
Sign up and we will send you more practical information when we get closer to the seminar.
Total price for the event (including one socialising dinner with beverage):
We look forward to seeing you 14th – 15th May 2020 in Paris (France).
Bio for Rick Hartley
Rick Hartley, recently retired senior principal engineer at L-3 Avionics Systems, is the principal of RHartley Enterprises, through which he consults and teaches internationally. Rick’s focus is on the correct design of circuits and PC boards to prevent and/or resolve EMI, noise and signal integrity problems. He has consulted with major corporations in the US and 14 other countries. His career has focused on computers, telecommunications and aircraft avionics, as well as the medical, automotive and appliance spaces. Rick has taught seminars at numerous conferences, including the IEEE EMC Symposium, PCB West, AltiumLive, Freescale Technology Forum, IPC Apex/Expo and others. He is on the Board of Directors of the ‘Printed Circuit Engineering Association’, is a past member of the Editorial Review Board of Printed Circuit Design Magazine and has written numerous technical papers and articles on methods to control noise, EMI and signal integrity.