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84 DESIGN007 MAGAZINE I SEPTEMBER 2022 In a new CadenceTECHTALK webinar, "How Static and Dynamic IR Drop Analysis Can Help PCB Designs and Challenges," product manager Melika Roshandell and SerDes SI/PI engineer Karthik Mahesh Rao explain how the EE and ME can both use the Celsius Thermal Solver to achieve their disparate objectives. Todd Westerhoff, product marketing manager for signal integrity software, talks about a new capability called HyperLynx Apps that offers a new take on traditional signal and power integrity analysis, and how that fits in with the Siemens plan to put SI and PI tools into the hands of more designers early in the design cycle. If the United States is ever going to regain some of its historically large PCB fab market share, design and fabrication know- how must play a significant role. "Fabricators are an important part of the design with manufacturing practice," says Scott McCurdy, president of the Orange County chapter of the Printed Circuit Engineering Associa- tion (PCEA), which recently had its first live event in more than two years. I-Connect007 columnist John Watson is teach- ing an introduc- tory class on PCB design at Palomar College this fall. It's an online class, so you don't have to live in San Diego to attend. In this interview, John talks about the gen- esis for the class and its benefits. TOP TEN HyperLynx: There's an App for That Fein-Lines: Live in Person—PCEA/ Orange County Meets Up Again Webinar Review: Thermal Integrity of High-Performance PCB Design John Watson EDITOR'S PICKS John Watson Wants You— to Sign Up for His PCB Design Class

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