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Webcast: Using IBIS AMI Models as Executable Datasheets

Posted August 20th, 2010 · Please leave a comment · Webcast

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Updated September 15th, 2010

The on-demand version is now posted at:
Using IBIS AMI Models as ‘Executable Datasheets’ in High Speed Digital Interconnect Simulations

On September 9th, 2010, my colleague Sanjeev Gupta will present two webcast sessions with live Q&A entitled:

Using IBIS AMI Models as ‘Executable Datasheets’ in High Speed Digital Interconnect Simulations

The presentation is based on based our IBIS Summit paper at the DAC Conference this summer.

Here’s a quick preview (4m:30s) by Jose Pino of one of the highlights. (It’s best to click on the ‘expand’ button — the square with four arrows, bottom right — and view it in 720p HD and in full screen mode):

Abstract

The Algorithmic Modeling application programming Interface (AMI) extension to the Input/Output Buffer Information Specification (IBIS) standard allows IC vendors can share ‘executable datasheets’ of the high speed digital SERDES without proprietary encryption. One model can run in any EDA tool that supports the standard. SystemVue 2010.07 and ADS 2011.01 will generate and simulate this type of model, respectively. The webcast will show you the workflow this new capability enables.

Please register today for the live presentation that best suits your schedule on September 9th, 2010:

  1. Using IBIS AMI Models as Executable Datasheets, Europe/American East Coast Session 15:00 Central Europe Summer Time (9AM US Eastern Daylight Time)
  2. Using IBIS AMI Models as Executable Datasheets, Pan-American Session 10AM US Pacific Daylight Time (1PM US Eastern Daylight Time)

Registrants will also receive a link to the on-demand version shortly after the live sessions.

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