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High Speed Digital Tour - Winnersh, Edinburgh and Manchester

High Speed Digital Tour

19-26th April 2012, Manchester, Edinburgh and Winnersh, UK

This free full day technical seminar will be delivered by Agilent Technologies' industry experts.

When digital signals reach Gigabit speeds, 'unpredictable' becomes the normal state of things. The process of getting your project back on track starts with the best tools and methodology for the job.

This seminar will guide you on how to successfully navigate through today's high speed technology challenges from early design to prototype validation whilst ensuring compliant designs.

Learn all about signal integrity challenges in high speed digital links and how you can anticipate and reduce these effects on your design

Who should attend:
Engineers and managers who are responsible for the design or test validation of complex pcbs and systems.

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Agilent Technologies

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