Chicago/Rockford Consultants’ Network
September 25 @ 6:45 pm - 8:30 pm
PRESENTATION “Designing PCBs for Success” by Roy Leventhal.
Roy will explain his involvement in changes made to the design of large server board PCBs at 3Com. The changes resulted in successfully going from 3.5 average design turns to 1.1 design turn for working copper. The changes discussed will include the injection of modeling and simulation of high speed digital circuits into the design process. As well, the management, team, and “lessons learned” issues will be discussed.
SPEAKER BIO Roy Leventhal, now retired, had a 55 year career in high technology electronic design. He is a Life Member of IEEE. Roy earned his BS/MSEE at Illinois Institute of Technology. His career includes engineering experience in RF circuits, semiconductor physics and applications, failure analysis, reliability and quality, signal integrity and power integrity. Roy more recently extended his experience into analyzing EMI/EMC problems and Regulatory Qualification and Testing. Roy is principal author of Semiconductor Modeling – For Simulating Signal, Power and Electromagnetic Integrity, Springer 2006, ISBN: 978-0387-25870-6
- Guests are welcome.
- The meeting room opens about 15 minutes beforehand.
- Meeting will end around 8:15 pm, after which the attendees will have an opportunity to chat with the speaker and each other.
- Attendees may earn 1 PDH. Hiring managers from industry should attend this job-networking meeting.