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Cadence and Plexus join seminar line-up

Cadence Design Systems and Plexus are the latest names to join the expert seminar line-up at PCB Design & Manufacturing Live - focusing on identifying and fixing impedance mismatches, and prototyping in PCB assembly.

This event, taking place on the 10 May, at the National Motorcycle Museum, Birmingham, includes a technical seminar programme that aims to deliver solutions to issues that PCB designers face.

Leading EDA and System Design Enablement provider, Cadence, will demonstrate how a PCB layout designer can easily identify and fix impedance mismatches, crosstalk and return path issues using an array of innovative approaches.

While Plexus will be discussing the ‘bigger picture’ of PCB assembly, providing advice on how to ensure products transition effectively into full production, without the worry of multiple design iterations or delays.

Completing this knowledgeable line-up of speakers will be Altium UK, with its session on ‘conquering multi-board design challenges to create next-generation electronics’, and Future Facilities who will be providing advice on using simulation to resolve issues with PCB thermal management.

To register and attend any of the above seminars taking place during PCB Design & Manufacturing Live, please visit: http://pcbdmlive.co.uk/register.

All pre-registered visitors will also be able to take a tour of the impressive Motorcycle Museum collection, home to more than 1000 bicycles (at no cost) and pick up a complimentary breakfast roll on arrival (if visiting before 10:30am).

Author
Chris Rixson

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