Upcoming Courses

Pretoria, South Africa
Mar 01st - All Day
March 1-March 3, 2016, 3 day high speed design course, Pretoria, South Africa. More info to come soon.
Capetown, South Africa
Mar 07th - All Day
March 7-March 9, 2016, 3 day high speed design course, Capetown, South Africa. More info to come soon.

Welcome to Speeding Edge

  • Special discount pricing. Purchase Volume 1 and Volume 2 in print for $170.00 (a $20 savings). We have a limited number of Volume 1 books in print so order soon! (ORDER HERE)
  • SURPRISE!! We found several PRINT copies of our Right The First Time, Volume 1 book stored in our warehouse.  We are offering these copies at $95.00 per each. Order soon as we only have a limited number of these books available! (Order Here)

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Ken Wyatt's Book Review of Lee Ritchey's Book, Right the First Time, Volume 1 

Founded in 1994 by recognized industry-leading expert, Lee Ritchey, Speeding Edge provides training and consulting for the high-speed PCB and system design industries. All of the information presented in the company's training courses focuses on "real-world" engineering challenges with data derived from a combination of computer simulations and laboratory testing. The focus of this training is to provide engineers with information they can immediately apply to their current or next-generation design projects. In addition to its training courses, the company offers engineering consulting services with expertise ranging from very high speed differential signaling to electromagnetic interference (EMI) and signal integrity issues including power distribution system design. Current consulting projects include next-generation satellite processor cores; camera subsystems; next-generation telecommunication access products and hand-held data capturing devices. Speeding Edge is based in Glen Ellen, California.

"Right The First Time" Volume 1 now available on CD-ROM ! "See Latest Video Interview with Lee Ritchey"


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