Published by Eric Bogatin on 07 Jul 2010
Some folks like to learn from a live lecture to feel the energy of the speaker, while others like the feel of a solid book in their hands which they can skim for the kernels of insight immediately of value and skip the rest.
In full disclosure, Prentice Hall is the publisher of two of my books, Signal Integrity Simplified and the second edition, Signal and Power Integrity Simplified. Even if they weren’t, I would be highlighting this wonderful series they have put together.
The Prentice Hall Modern Semiconductor Design Series is a collection of more than 40 books covering ASIC design, SOC design and signal integrity. While all of them are available as solid hardback books, some are now offered as ebooks.
The sub-list of just signal integrity topics lists more than a dozen books, focusing on a wide range of SI topics such as test, communications protocols, signal integrity, power integrity, jitter, de-bugging and timing analysis
Each book has been written by an expert in the field and together, represent the collected wisdom of the industry. You will not find a denser collection of signal integrity reference books anywhere.
If signal integrity is your thing, you’ll absolutely find something of value in this collection.
And if you are an expert in an area not already covered in this list, I know Bernard Goodwin, the series publisher, would be interested in talking you into adding to his series.