This short online course describes trace routing schemes in RF and digital PCB design. It includes a DDR3 design case study and guidelines for optimising trace bends and corners to minimise signal reflections.
What you will learn
- Use of transmission lines
Trace routing schemes
Delay line design guidelines
Transmission line bends and corners
This course is ideal if you are involved in the design of RF and microwave circuits, high-speed digital logic and mixed-signal RF and digital circuits. Individuals taking the course typically include RF and wireless design engineers, microwave design engineers, RFIC design engineers, digital and hardware design engineers, RF and hardware applications engineers and PCB design and layout engineers.
RF and Wireless Design Engineers
RFIC Design Engineers
Mixed-Signal RF and Digital Design Engineers
Hardware Design Engineers
RF and Hardware Applications Engineers
PCB Design and Layout Engineers
Although there are no formal prerequisites for the course, an ability to absorb and understand technical concepts is essential together with a desire to learn more about the topics covered. A technical background is desirable in order to derive maximum benefit from the course.
Time to Complete
Approx. 30 mins
IEEE Certificate of Completion – Included
This course has been approved by the IEEE for the quality of its technical content and adherence to the IEEE’s strict criteria for educational excellence. Successfully completing all of the course modules and quizzes results in the award of an IEEE Certificate of Completion (PDF) with 0.05 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and 0.5 Professional Development Hours (PDHs) and demonstrates your continuing professional development.
100% No-Risk Guarantee
We want you to be satisfied with this course and therefore offer a 100% no-risk refund guarantee. To receive a full refund, all we ask is that refund requests are made within 30 days of starting a course and that you have viewed no more than 25% of the video content.
Includes 1 year unlimited individual course access, certificate and IEEE CEUs/PDHs