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Subject: I liked your Article "Introduction to EM Engineering"
Hello Mr. Armstrong,
My name is Stephen Chavez and I am a Staff Engineer with an advanced IPC CID+ certification that specializes in PCB Design for UTC Aerospace Systems (UTAS). I’m also an IPC Certified PCB Design Instructor for IPC here in the United States.
I wanted to reach out to you and say “Thank you”, and let you know that I truly enjoyed your article, “Introduction to EM Engineering” that appeared in the In Compliance magazine shown below:
So you know, I intend to share this article within my entire professional network as I could not agree with you more on this topic. As I work in many design teams within UTAS, and travel around the world teaching PCB design, I find that your article is the basis to getting it right the first time. I liked that it was extremely relevant to the real world of PCB design, simple/easy to understand, and to the point. I just wished more PCB Designers and Electrical Engineers followed this concept and actually understood it at heart.
Thank you again, and I look forward to reviewing your other reference material you listed in your article, as well as your future articles to come.
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