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S parameters for Signal and Power Integrity


In recent years, S parameters have become an integral part of signal and power integrity design, analysis, simulation, failure investigation, compliance, sign-off and measurements of high-speed digital interfaces. This course focuses on the practical side of S parameters and includes dozens of examples from simulations and measurements. Many high-frequency phenomena are studied and the way they are expressed in S parameters. The engineers will acquire the powerful S parameters tool for signal integrity design, while managers will acquire a powerful tool for testing signal integrity in a very short time.


The topics include:

• Extensive S parameters practice and theory

• Design, analysis and measurement of PCB and package high-speed elements using S parameters

• Dozens of examples from simulations and network analyzer measurements 

• Proof of design and failure investigation using S parameters

• Familiarizing with S parameters simulation and measurement tools.

• Defining how much reflection, attenuation, xtalk and mode-conversion is too much by using S


• Briefing on data sheets and common specifications


Dror Haviv received his Master of Science (M.Sc) degree in electrical engineering with honors from the Electromagnetic and Microwave program at Ben-Gurion University (Beer-Sheva, Israel). He is one of Israel’s leading Signal and Power Integrity (SI/PI) engineers and has years of design, analysis, measurement, and teaching experience in the signal integrity field behind him.

Today, Dror serves as a senior signal integrity technical expert at Mobileye Vision Technologies signal and power integrity team.  Between 2020 to 2023, he served as a signal and power integrity Technical lead at Western Digital ASIC platform engineering organization. His job duties included ASIC SI/PI design, silicon die and package co-design, modeling, system level SI/PI simulations and correlation analysis.

2010-2019, Dror served as signal integrity focal point and architect with Rafael’s R&D division. As a signal integrity architect, he designed, analyzed, simulated, and measured dozens of systems and PCBs for high-speed interfaces. As focal point, he has qualified, educated, trained, and supervised many engineers in the signal integrity field. Simultaneously, he served as a senior signal integrity cooperate researcher and has conducted several research projects in the field. His research has been presented in conferences on signal integrity, both in Israel and abroad.

Target  Audience 

All engineers that are involved in design, qualification and manufacturing of products which contain high-speed digital interfaces (high frequencies), such as board design, signal/power integrity, layout, verification, integration, RF, microwave, system, and process manufacturer engineers.

Course Structure

The course includes extensive practical and theoretical background, examples from simulations and measurements, open discussions, briefing on common specifications etc.

Course Duration: 4 days (36 hours) from 8:30-17:30


Opening Date:   2025

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