|Date||06 - 12 Dec 2023|
|Course Name||IPC Advanced Certified Interconnect Designer (CID+)|
|No. of Days||5|
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*This is an ONLINE REMOTE TRAINING course.*
Important Information for remote online training
Recertification for the Advanced Certified Interconnect Design Program is not required.
Pre-requisite: IPC CID (Certified Interconnect Designer)
A group discount will be awarded if a group of 3 or more participants register. The fees will be lowered to $4299 per pax.
Wizlogix, as a proud partner of SHRDC publicises course information on behalf of SHRDC.
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As the PCB design industry moves towards high-density and complex boards, designers are facing issues in areas such as crosstalk, high-speed or EMI. But with little or no knowledge of industry standards and common practices in signal integrity, resolving these problems can be a challenge.
This advanced syllabus covers the essential fundamentals in Impedance Design, Signal Integrity, Layout for Crosstalk Minimization, Power and Ground Routing Techniques, EMI Electromagnetic Interference and Shielding to provide you with skills that are crucial in the current era of electronic system designs. Understand the concepts behind SI and EMI, where they come from and how to control them on a PCB board design to boost system performance.
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