Power Integrity by Example eBook Available for Download


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Released in November, The Printed Circuit Designer’s Guide to… Power Integrity by Example micro eBook has been downloaded by hundreds of engineers and other readers interested in PCB design.

This book is part of I-Connect007’s ongoing series, The Printed Circuit Designer’s Guide to…, which is specifically dedicated to educating PCB designers, and serves as a valuable resource for people seeking the most relevant design information available. Written by Fadi Deek of Mentor, A Siemens Business, Power Integrity by Example complements Deek’s first design title, Signal Integrity by Example.

The power integrity book provides a thorough investigation of power distribution network performance. Deek addresses problematic issues within electronic transmissions, and presents a variety of simulations and analyses in every chapter. Readers will gain a better understanding of cause-effect relationships between varying factors and how to consider these when making design decisions.

Gene Garat, president of MossEDA, describes the book as having, “Just the right amount of technical content. It covers the basics of power integrity analysis in fewer than 40 pages. Engineers new to the field, as well as career veterans, can all benefit from this quick, well-illustrated read with plenty of examples.”  

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Look for these other exciting titles in The Printed Circuit Designer’s Guide to… series:

  • Thermal Management with Insulated Metal Substrates by Ventec International Group 
  • Fundamentals of RF/Microwave PCBs and Flex and Rigid-Flex Fundamentals by American Standard Circuits
  • Secrets of High-Speed PCBs — Parts 1 & 2 by Polar Instruments
  • Design for Manufacturing (DFM) by Altium

We hope you enjoy The Printed Circuit Designer’s Guide to… Power Integrity by Example.

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