When you register for this training, you will get also:


Advanced High Speed Design in Altium

What will you learn?
You will learn how to do High Speed Design PCB Layout in Altium (DDR3, PCIE, SATA, Ethernet, etc.).

How will you learn?
This is a 1 day training combined with theoretical and practical part.

Who for?
This training is for Hardware Design Engineers and Professionals. This course requires some basic knowledge about Altium Designer. If you are starting with PCB layout, you may want to register for the Learn the Essentials & Start Designing in Altium first.

About the presenter
Robert has designed number of advanced x86 and ARM processor boards, including Intel i7 and Intel ATOM motherboards.

More information

OCT-29-2014, 9:00am to 5:00pm

Ansir Innovation Center
4685 Convoy St. #210
San Diego, CA 92111

Duration / Number of seats
1 day / maximum 15 people

Standard price: $1190 USD
Students: $899 USD
Early registration: $590 (only first 5 places)

The price includes USB memory sticks with following courses
Learn Altium Essentials and Advanced Hardware Design
Note: The USB memory sticks will be shipped to you by mail after the training.

For practicing, bring your own laptop with Altium

What you will learn about

This course covers the important subjects you need to know for a practical high speed PCB layout:

  • What is important in high speed design
  • Crosstalk (how to calculate crosstalk)
  • Stackup (how to design stackup, number of layers, layer ordering)
  • Impedance (how to calculate impedance)
  • Differential pair routing (how to do differential pair routing, recommended rules for PCIE, SATA, GbE, …, length matching)
  • DDR2 / DDR3 memory layout (how to do memory layout, rules, topology, fanout, pin swapping, length matching, a few words about simulating memory interface)
  • The most common high speed design rules (how to route high speed signals, buses, clocks, …)
  • Layout process
  • Testing boards and HW verification

Layout examples from the course

You will be practicing layout on our iMX6 Rex Project