Date & time: Thursday, September 25, 2014 at 10am US Pacific Time / 1pm US Eastern Time
In the era of receiver equalization, older stackup and controlled impedance line design tools are obsolete because the metrics they output (frequency response) are irrelevant. The metric that matters today is the post-equalization eye opening. In this webcast we will show you how to optimize the pre-layout design using a PCI Express transmitter, channel, and receiver as an example.
Please note that my blog will be on hiatus from now until mid-August for the big, exciting transition from Agilent EEsof EDA in the Electronic Measurement Group of Agilent to our new name Keysight EEsof EDA. In anticipation of this transition, please bookmark the new URL:
…which is now live. I apologize in advance for any outages during the migration.
We have a lot of good things planned so I hope to see you there!
In ADS, the default SnP symbols (for example the ones on the Data Items pallette) are aimed at RF/microwave applications. For signal integrity and power integrity applications, I like to use dual-in-line symbols (with odd-numbered pins on the left side and a even on the right) instead. This short video clip titled
Import Touchstone® Files into ADS with a Dual-in-line Symbol shows you how I do it. It works with any port count large or small (I used an *.S256P in this video) and it also supports two styles of “comment field port names” that have become fairly common. Please leave a comment on this method. Thanks!
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