Post updated with ADS 2011 DesignGuides, November 23, 2011
Post updated with new UHS-II DesignGuide link, October 22, 2010
Here’s a list of our ADS high speed digital DesignGuides on the EEsof Knowledge Center.
Note: Access to these requires an active license and Knowledge Center login:
- Already have an active license and Knowledge Center login? You’re all set: please use the bold links in the list below.
- Already have a license but don’t have a Knowledge Center login? Please fill out and submit the Agilent EEsof Knowledge Center Registration Form, then use the bold links below.
- Don’t have an active license yet? No problem, first get an eval license, then follow the steps above.
Apply for a FREE trial of ADS high speed digital design flow bundle
Apply for a FREE trial of EMPro, which extends ADS to give a 3DEM on arbitrary structures (only required for the first bold link in the list below).
- All the DesignGuide and DesignKit info is consolidated on the High Speed Digital Workshop 2011 page
ADS 2009 Update 1
- Signal Integrity Design Using Channel Simulation and EM Co-design (workshop/seminar materials, requires ADS and EMPro for some examples)
- PCI Express® DesignGuide (only requires ADS)
- HDMI DesignGuide (only requires ADS)
- USB DesignGuide (only requires ADS)
- DDR DesignGuide (only requires ADS)
- New! UHS-II (only requires ADS)
PCI Express is a registered trademark of the PCI-SIG.
In addition, you can download the ADS DDR2 and DDR3 Compliance DesignKits from the bottom of this page: http://www.agilent.com/find/eesof-ads-latest-downloads. DDR2 and DDR3 are labeled DDR2 CM Toolkit, V1 and DDR3 CM Toolkit, V2, respectively. Also, the docs for the DDR2 and DDR3 Compliance DesignKits are here: DDR2 Compliance DesignKit doc and DDR3 Compliance DesignKit doc
What’s the difference between a DesignGuide and a DesignKit? Both extend ADS into specialized areas. A DesignGuide is a simply project template, whereas a DesignKit adds specialized functionality.