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  • Fundamentals of transmission lines
  • Controlled impedance design and simulation
  • Multi-layered stackup design
  • TDR test methodology
  • IST design test methodology
  • High speed design and test methodology

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Customised In-house Training Programs

Polar Asia Pac in collaboration with Eric Bogatin of Bethe fame, Hermann Ruckerbauer of Eye Know How, Ransom Stephens of Ransoms Notes and Al Neves of Wild River Technology can offer offer a comprehensive range of customised in-house training courses and programs to specifically suit your organisations human resources technical training needs.

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Dr. Eric Bogatin

Dr. Eric Bogatin received his BS degree in physics from MIT, and MS and PhD degrees in physics from the University of Arizona in Tucson . He has held senior engineering and management positions at Bell Labs, Raychem, Sun Microsystems, Ansoft, and Interconnect Devices. Eric has written five books on signal integrity and interconnect design and over 300 papers. He has taught over 4,000 engineers in the last 25 years. His sixth book is a science fiction novel, Shadow Engineer, available on Eric is currently a signal integrity evangelist with Bogatin Enterprises, which specializes in signal integrity training and education. He is a distinguished lecturer for the IEEE EMC society and lectures world wide on signal integrity topics.

Bogatin Enterprises is now a wholly owned subsidiary of LeCroy Corportion USA., who are world's leading solution provider for high performance measurement and analysis tools.

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Alfred P. Neves

Al has 30 years of experience designing and application development of semiconductor products, capitol equipment design focused on jitter and signal integrity analysis, and recently has successfully been involved with numerous business developments and startup activity for the last 13 years. Al is involved with the Signal Integrity community as a consultant, high-speed system level design manager and engineer. Recent technical accomplishments include development of platforms and methods to improve 3D electromagnetic correspondence to measure-based methods, including advancing time and frequency domain calibration methods.

Al focuses on measure-based model development, package characterization, high-speed board design, low jitter design, analysis, and training. He earned a B.S. in Applied Mathematics at the University of Massachusetts. He can be reached at

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Hermann Ruckerbauer

Mr. Ruckerbauer has over twenty years of experience in high speed measurement and simulation especially on DRAM related interfaces. After receiving his Bachelor Degree in Micro System Technology from the University of Applied Science in Regensburg he was doing design analysis and application testing for several memory generations at Siemens/Infineon.

He holds many patents and was awarded in the category 'Outstanding Single Patent' for the patent on the “Temperature dependent Self Refresh” in DDR Memory devices from Infineon in 2005.

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Ransom Stephens

Dr. Ransom Stephens, Ph.D. is the author of over three hundred articles in the electronics industry, science journals and magazines on subjects ranging from the analysis of electrodynamics in high rate digital systems to fiber optics to quantum physics. As a research physicist and professor, he worked on experiments at universities and laboratories across the US and Europe making precise measurements of messy signals.

After being awarded tenure, he shifted to private enterprise where his expertise in signal integrity analysis of electrical and fiber optic systems. Led to new jitter measurement techniques and methods for extracting signals from noise. He has served on the electrical working groups for several high data rate standards including PCIe and OIF CEI. Ransom is an entertaining teacher with a legendary reputation for delivering a clear understanding of complex topics. 

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