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ReneCardenas
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re: Sometimes social networks (in vias) are not a good thing
ReneCardenas   1/11/2011 11:50:21 PM
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Eric, Great analogy and use of great headline to catch our imagination. Well done.

krisi
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re: Sometimes social networks (in vias) are not a good thing
krisi   1/4/2011 4:18:10 PM
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Very nice article on cross talk through vias Eric, signal return paths are frequently overlooked when analyzing PCB problems. However, I have mixed feelings about use of "social vias" in a purely engineering text. On one hand purist in me objects to term used. On the other hand the term made me read the article in the first place! ;-) Kris



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