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A Signal Integrity Problem? Maybe Not

Electronic design engineers testing for signal integrity issues in their products may be looking for the wrong thing, experts will tell engineers at an upcoming keynote panel at  DesignCon in Santa Clara, CA.

In many cases, the real culprit may be power integrity or electromagnetic interference (EMI), but engineers are increasingly misinterpreting the problem in front of them. The misunderstanding can cause problems in all kinds of systems using high-speed electronics and sensors. “We have to consider signal integrity, power integrity, and electromagnetic interference, not independently, but as one thing,” Steve Sandler, managing director of Picotest, told Design News.  “Too often, we’re not doing that.”

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