High-speed digital engineering and EMC
Our 2014 Course Programme
Our new series of High-Speed Digital Engineering, Signal Integrity, Power Distribution Design and EMC courses for 2014 is now confirmed.
Our courses are primarily designed for digital logic engineers, system architects, EMC/EMI specialists, signal integrity specialists, technicians, printed wiring layout professionals, applications engineers, PCB design engineers, system designers, test engineers and anyone who works with digital logic at high speeds (20MHz to 20GHz and beyond).
This programme of short courses for professionals working in digital engineering and EMC-related fields is held each year in June/July, with some courses repeated in November/December each year.
- High Frequency Measurements (probes and equipment used in Signal Integrity and EMC work)
(10 – 11 June 2014)
- EMC and ESD Lab Techniques for Designers (troubleshooting to proactively avoid field or compliance problems)
(12 – 13 June 2014)
- Printed Circuit Board Design for Real-World EMI Control
(17 - 18 June 2014)
- Advanced EMC: Fullwave Modelling for EMC and Signal Integrity
(19 - 20 June 2014)
- Electronic Product Design and Retrofit for EMC
(19 – 20 June 2014)
- Introduction to Signal and Power Integrity
(23 - 24 June 2014)
- Intermediate Signal and Power Integrity
(25 - 26 June 2014)
- Introduction to Data Converters
(24 – 25 June 2014)
- Advanced Data Converters
(26 – 27 June 2014)
- Practical Power Distribution Design, Simulations and Measurements
(30 June – 1 July 2014)
- Suspect Counterfeit Detection Avoidance and Mitigation
(2-day course - dates to be confirmed)
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This programme was originally developed and led by Dr Howard Johnson, author of "High-Speed Digital Design - A Handbook of Black Magic", and offers a number of short courses delivered by some of the world's leading digital design experts.
Dr Howard Johnson returned to Oxford for the 20th and final time in June 2013 to teach his courses for the last time before his retirement.
We would like to thank Howard for all his support, commitment and expertise over the years; expertise which will continue to guide and influence our courses.