The first rule of engineering transmission lines is to build a controlled impedance interconnect. The second rule is to implement a termination strategy for the interconnects based on the routing topology and the drivers and receivers. In our Advanced PCB Design class, we use a simple demonstration test board to illustrate the perils of bad termination and how one small change can dramatically improve signal quality. We also bring the scope measurements into a simulation environment and do a direct measurement-simulation correlation. I will show examples of measurements from this test board and how we are able to achieve excellent measurement-simulation correlation using extracted driver models.