I hope you had a chance to go through and digest the content from the earlier post, where we discussed the basics of Signal integrity Simulations, and the models required to run them. If you haven't, I would highly recommend going over the post here before proceeding with this entry. This is used for Pre-Layout simulations and is an early simulation tool in the design cycle. It is used to evaluate what-if scenarios and to help define board parameters and routing guidelines.
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No-campus attendance No commuting No travel cost No deadline pressure. Enroll any time and enjoy affordable fee. Target Audience: Engineers and CAD Layout Designers responsible for implementing high speed digital and mixed analog digital systems that will work reliably at full speed and still remain quiet enough to pass regulatory EMI tests.
The basic methodology upon which this class is based was documented to achieve repeatable first pass success as a standard practice. Why Should I attend this Training? When degradation becomes serious enough, the logic on a board can fail.
Students who have implemented this methodology have regularly produced complex designs that do indeed work correctly on the first implementation. Any financially responsible manager will agree that saving two designs turns on the typical system results in huge savings and potentially even larger profits by getting to market earlier.
Basic Signal Integrity including board layer stack-up specification, high-speed routing topology, space, trace, termination practices, and return current control. Power Delivery is a lot more than one 0.
Power delivery depends upon stack-up, capacitor selection, placement, mounting technique, and quantity. Typical target impedance for memory systems must be around 0. The highest frequency of interest is most likely in the microwave region. Poor design can result in power delivery impedance poles and inter plane resonance. Root causes and cures for EMI. If noise is eliminated at the source, you do not need to chase it around the board.
If the problem is in the device, not the board, and you can not find a better behaved substitute for that device, your only choice is to shield and filter. Single Ended Bus Issues. If you have a memory or address bus with both high and low speed devices, do the high speed devices belong close to the processor with the low speed devices farther away, or vice versa? How do you terminate? What about option slots? How LVDS really works. With the huge noise margin available using LVDS devices, you can use almost any interconnect scheme.
Isolation vs. Chip Level Package Issues and how to defend against them. Critical elements in an effective high-speed system design process. Teaching Method Explain, Demonstrate, Do.
The instructor will explain the problem and an appropriate method to solve that problem. The students perform computer-based labs to help lock in understanding of the physics behind classical high-speed design problems.
This also gives them the freedom to try their own examples. The purpose of this class is not to get into complex formulae and higher math. There are perfectly good simulators to do the heavy lifting. You will learn how to. Familiarity with High-speed PCB concepts. The course kit comes with:.
India Phone No. Shopping Cart 0 Empty Cart. How LineSim Works. Fixing the Clock Net 6. About Modeling ICs. Differential-Signal Analysis. Differential-Trace Example. Achieving a Specific Differential Impedance.
LineSim's GHz Features. Lossy Simulations. Viewing Loss in the Frequency Domain. Touchstone S-Parameter Modeling. Modeling a PCB Stackup. Overview of the Stackup Editor. How to Do Impedance Planning.
Impedance Planning for Differential Pairs. How BoardSim Works. Translating your Board into BoardSim's Format. EMC Problems. Detailed Batch Analysis of Critical Nets. BoardSim's GHz Features. Advanced Via Modeling. BoardSim's MultiBoard Feature. HyperLynx - New Features and Enhancements. Hyperlynx and GHz Analysis. HyperLynx Applications. IC Modeling with HyperLynx.
HyperLynx Signal Integrity
Full instructor-led courses in a Mentor training facility, with complete course materials and access to classroom computers. Live Online classes deliver all the interactivity and depth of the traditional classroom, from the convenience of your own computer, with hands-on exercises and course materials. The HyperLynx Signal Integrity Analysis course will help you understand basic signal integrity, crosstalk, EMI concepts, and pre- and post- layout stages of the design process. Hands-on lab exercises will reinforce what is discussed during the lectures and provide you with extensive tool usage experience under the guidance of our industry expert instructors. Throughout this course, extensive hands-on lab exercises provide you with practical experience using HyperLynx SI software.
HyperLynx Signal Integrity Analysis
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