If you are in the bay area, it could pay for you to check out
DesignCon 2011 . It's running January 31 to February 3 in the Santa Clara Convention Center. .
I see from the conference schedule that there are a couple of RF-related tracks: Electromagnetic Compatibility and Interference , RF and Microwave Signal Integrity . The RF and Microwave Signal Integrity track includes papers on crosstalk, estimating Q, and high-speed interconnect characterization.
Here's a rundown of all the show tracks:
Chip-Level System Design and Verification
High-Speed Signal Processing, Equalization and Coding
Power Integrity and Power Distribution Networks
Electromagnetic Compatibility and Interference
Test and Measurement Methodology
RF and Microwave Signal Integrity
Analog and Mixed-Signal Design and Verification
FPGA Design and Debug
System Co-Design: Chip/Package/Board
PCB Materials, Processing and Characterization
PCB Design Tools and Optimization Techniques
High-Speed Parallel Interface Design
Multi-Gigabit Serial Interface Design
High-Speed Timing, Jitter and Noise
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