Educational webinar: Signal integrity and impedance

Educational webinar:
Signal integrity and impedance
On demand


Three companies – one mission

On the subject of signal integrity – from calculation and simulation to the printed circuit board – with a focus on impedance.

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Are you curious about how to design for high-signal integrity?

In this educational webinar, we will discuss the key considerations for these types of designs.


  • Introduction to the physical principles of signal integrity
  • The impedance as a parameter of the transmission line:
    – What are the influences of the various materials?
    – How do I design the PCB layout and arrangement of components?
    – What is the role of frequencies and pulse rise times?
    – How does the geometry affect the behavior of the assembly?

Participants can expect hands-on expertise, from PCB design and production to measurement equipment and simulation.


Michiel Op den Camp | NCAB Group Benelux

Michiel Op den Camp
Engineering Manager – NCAB Group Benelux

Mr. Op den Camp has worked as a PCB designer, but now uses his expertise to technically support the customers of NCAB during design, quoting and production. The focus on his work is to make sure that PCB can be produced in the most optimal way including calculating impedances.

Hermann Reischer
Managing Director – Polar Instruments, Nussdorf, Österreich

Mr. Reischer is a technical specialist on the topic of high-speed line simulation and will present an introduction to the theoretical principles of signal integrity.

Sebastian Stamm
Developer Data Connectors – Phoenix Contact

Mr. Stamm works in product development for data connectors at Phoenix Contact. The focus of his work is the design and optimization of data connectors through simulations and measurements.

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