IC Design Show Stoppers Examined In New On-Site Training Seminar

San Diego, CA (PRWEB) June 28, 2006

Effective Electrons has introduced an On-Site Training Series to provide mixed signal, analog, RF and SOC developers with highly specialized training to address specific design challenges inherent to this group. By utilizing a systematic approach to noise problems in mixed signal SOC ICs, and identifying design problems not seen in simulation, the training program coaches designers on how to deal with issues prior to design tape-out. Avoiding these learning experiences in silicon saves time and substantially reduces R+D costs.

Unlike traditional IC design taught through Universities or other off-site training programs, this program is designed to bring real-world instruction in-house to help companies maximize their training budgets and eliminate unnecessary travel expenditures, commented Jerry Twomey, President of Effective Electrons. The cost of the program is $ 4,000 for a maximum of twenty designers. Because were able to deliver the information in one day, another benefit of the program is a companys ability to train its design team without interfering with staff productivity, added Twomey.

Facilitating the program, Twomey has successfully produced mixed signal ICs for over 20 years, and currently consults on practical approaches to this problematic area. Professionally, he is an IEEE Senior Member, Chapter Chair IEEE Solid State Circuits/Microwave Theory and Techniques/Electron Devices (2004-2006), IEEE JSSC reviewer (2003-2006), IEEE MTT reviewer (2004-2006), part of the IEEEs Consultants Group, and an Instructor for UCSD-Extensions Mixed Signal IC courses. For more information on the program, visit http://www.effectiveelectrons.com, or contact Jerry Twomey at 760-522-5090.

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