About ASA - Contributions to Industry

 

Clock and Timing engineering methodology

Preserving, extending and teaching sophisticated clock/timing engineering methods from the supercomputer and main-frame era


  • 30+ years of working with the most advanced clock/timing issues/problems around the world
  • State-of-the-art tolerance management methods
  • Cycle-to-Cycle Measurement, N-Cycle, accumulated jitter, spread-spectrum, etc.
  • PLL design and debug methods
  • ASA Jitter Summit - Over 30 Intel clock-device suppliers
  • First Pentium clocking reference design
  • DRCG timing background engineering
  • Too many "rescue consults" to count