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9/13/2013 11:00 AM EDT
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Sanjib.A
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Re: Another note about Peg
Sanjib.A   9/15/2013 8:12:36 AM
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True, it takes a lot of courage and without strong dedication, determination it is tough to go back to academics!! Really appreciate!

The skew problem for the high speed (>20Gbps) differential pairs routing due to FR4 weaving possess routing challenges as she has mentioned. Good to know that there are materials such as "GigaSync" available. What would be the premium price of such material over ordinary FR4 material?

 

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Another note about Peg
kfield   9/14/2013 2:15:10 PM
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I interviewed Peg and was so impressed when she told me she went back to school to get a chemistry degree after working in industrys for awhile--I think that takes a lot of courage, and pluck.

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