[SI-LIST] next Front Range Signal Integrity Seminar, July 11, 2013, Jim Rautio speaker

  • From: "Eric Bogatin" <eric@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <si-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 12 Jun 2013 12:42:09 -0600

Hi folks-
 

The next Front Range Signal Integrity Seminar will be July 11, in Longmont,
CO. Jim Rautio, president and founder of  Sonnet Software, will present the
free lecture, "Electromagnetic Simulation: How to Do It Right"

 

Jim is a world class expert on simulation and will share some of his
insights and recommendations on what sort of signal integrity problems
require electromagnetic simulation and when they do, how to do it right,
avoiding common artifacts.

 

Refreshments and social hour begins at 5:30. There is no charge for this
event, but we ask you to register at www.beTheSignal.com  so the food can be
planned.

 

This is the third lecture in the Front Range Signal Integrity Seminar
series. If you can't make it, the presentation will be recorded and posted
on www.beTheSignal.com.  If you missed one of the previous lectures, you can
watch the recording on www.beTheSignal.com.

 

If you know others in the Front Range, Colorado region you think might be
interested in this networking event, please pass this invitation along!

 

Vendor tables are available for the asking. Contact susan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.

 

Maybe I will see you there!

 

--eric

 

 

 

 

 

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Bogatin Enterprises

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