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Need some stability in your Package Power?

Comments(0)Filed under: IC Packaging & SiP design, PDN, SSN, SPB16.2

It is not too late to sign up for the Package Power Integrity webinar that will be presented on 10/23 11:00 PDT.  Click here to register.

This webinar will give you a heads-up on new (SPB 16.2) features in the package / SiP SI tools that can be used to analyze the package power delivery network (PDN).  Attendees will learn the methodology for validating power delivery by analyzing impedance of the PDN. You'll also learn the techniques for validating power stability while signals are switching.

Hope to see you there and then let us know what you thought.


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