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New techniques for PDN modeling promise more accurate power noise predictions

Eric Bogatin
9/3/2010 09:13 AM EDT

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ReneCardenas
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ReneCardenas   11/9/2010 4:12:56 PM
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Rich, & Eric I enjoyed reading this article, but even more the play by play dissection of the author writing style. It confirms some suspicion that was previously only theoretically formulated. Again Eric, and Rich, I really enjoy both of your writings, keep on doing what you are doing, you do it very well and it is a pleasure reading you, and thank you gentlemen!

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krisi   9/14/2010 12:56:25 AM
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Love your sense of humor Rich! Interesting article, I have spent months of my life struggling with on-chip power supply noise issues. Will be happy to share once the current project is finished...Kris

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junko.yoshida   9/7/2010 5:50:45 AM
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So, Rich, you, too, are a Dashiell Hammett fan! I laughed out loud reading your comment. It was gripping! Your post made me go back to read the whole contributed article, which turned out very informative.

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