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Dan Beeker: The Billion Dollar Mistake Free Webinar
June 14 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Engineering teams worldwide are facing increasingly difficult challenges to design electronic products and achieve good signal integrity and compliance. However, the status quo had become to expect the design to fail EMC testing, not just once, but three, four, or as many as five times. Each time the design is sent to be retested, there is little confidence in success. This cycle is expensive in both the time it takes to redesign the product and the cost of expediting fabricating the new PCB and assembly. Add this to the cost of retesting the product, and the numbers add up very quickly. This expense and delay in product certification are not in the budget or the schedule. The expense directly affects the bottom line of the electronic supply company, but also affects the customers waiting for the product. Instead of designing the next big thing, teams are trying to fix the current one. As a result, billions of dollars are lost each year designing products that are expected to fail.
Coming June 14, 2 pm Central European Summer Time (CET) / 8 am Eastern Time
About the Speaker:
With more than 43 years of experience in electronic system design and EMC, Daniel Beeker provides applications support for NXP Automotive customers worldwide. He supports NXP customers globally with special function development tools and instrumentation. Dan also specializes in EMC and signal integrity design techniques for systems and PCBs, especially in low layer count designs. In support of this, he has completed more than 250 PCB design evaluations for customers and internal NXP products. Dan teaches field-based design techniques at NXP and industry conferences worldwide; more than 100 sessions with more than 5000 attendees since 2010. Dan is also involved with NXP IC package design and IC development tool teams to support improved EMC performance, working on more than 20 IC designs.
Who should attend?
PCB Designer/Design Engineer, System Designer, Hardware Engineer
Target audience: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced