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Asset InterTech Inc.
2201 N. Central Expy Ste. 105
Richardson, TX, 75080
USA



Press release date: February 12, 2013

Richardson, TX - High-speed serdes (serializer/deserializer) links on printed circuit boards (PCB) sometimes don't achieve their expected throughput rates because of process variances in manufacturing. A new e-book from ASSET® InterTech (www.asset-intertech.com ), the leading supplier of tools for embedded instrumentation, explains the defects caused by process variances and how they can be detected with minimum effects on the manufacturing line. 
 
Entitled “How to avoid poor serdes performance caused by circuit board manufacturing variances”, the new e-book includes a case study which analyzes the effects of manufacturing variances on a typical serdes trace on a PCB. A tool also included in the e-book can be used by engineers to calculate resistance and impedance on transmission lines. 
 
“Validating the design of high-speed serdes interconnects on prototype PCBs does not assure that the serdes will maintain the validated level of performance once high-volume production begins,” said Arden Bjerkeli, director of customer experience for ASSET and one of the authors of the e-book. “Manufacturing variances can degrade serdes performance and are all too common. Now embedded instrumentation offers a number of solutions for detecting process variances with minimal impact on product throughput.”
 
The e-book is available now on the ASSET web site at: http://
www.asset-intertech.com/Products/High-Speed-I-O-Validation/HSIO-Software/
Manufacturing-Variance-e-Book
 
 
About ASSET InterTech
 
ASSET InterTech is the leading supplier of tools for embedded instrumentation for design validation, test and debug. The ScanWorks platform provides automation, access and analysis tools in one environment. Users can quickly and easily validate and test semiconductors, circuit boards or entire systems during every phase of a product's life, including design, manufacturing/repair and field maintenance. ASSET InterTech is located at 2201 North Central Expressway, Suite 105, Richardson, TX 75080.
 
For product information, call 888-694-6250, fax 972-437-2826, e-mail ai-info@asset-intertech.com  or visit www.asset-intertech.com .
 
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