IEEE Rocky Mountain Chapter EMC Society
November 17th RMCEMC meeting presentation
“An Evening with Eric Bogatin”
“Four Channel Design Features That Will Open Your Eyes”
A joint presentation between
IEEE EMC Rocky Mountain Chapter,
Microwave Theory and Techniques Society (MTT-S)
Chapter Meeting Agenda.
6:00 – 7:00 pm Sign-in and Social Time with refreshments sandwiches or pizza
7:00 - 8:00 pm Presentation by Eric Bogatin
8:00 - 9:00 pm Q & A and Closing
Successful channel design above 5 Gbps does not happen by accident. Four specific signal integrity problems typically contribute to increased deterministic jitter and eye closure. However, these problems can be minimized by identifying their root cause and optimizing the physical
design of interconnects to minimize these problems. In this brief lecture by Eric Bogatin, we introduce the four problems, their root cause and a methodology to optimize channel interconnect design to improve eye quality. These design techniques apply to serial links even above 15 Gbps.
Date: Thursday, Nov 17th, 2011
Location: University of Colorado Discovery Learning Center (DLC).
- link to the campus map to find the Discovery Learning center (DLC) and parking (RPRK) :
- link to the DLC floor map to room 1B70:
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Note space is very limited
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