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4 Essential Steps for EDA Simulation-Measurement Mastery
This Seminar will help you achieve this level of modeling-measurement using Simbeor as demonstrated using Wild River Technology’s CMP-28 Advanced Channel Modeling Platform in a systematized and high confidence approach
Step 1: Measure S-parameters and validate quality
Step 2: Import and adjust stack-up and board geometry into EDA tool
Step 3: Identify broadband dielectric and conductor roughness models
Step 4: Simulate all structures on the validation board without further adjustments and compare magnitude and phase of S-parameters, TDR/TDT and eye diagrams
Analysis to measurement validation with CMP-28/32 platform
How to Use Fixture De-embedding to Match Signal Integrity Simulations to Measurements
This video provides a quick overview of how fixture de-embedding from measurements, or embedding into simulations is a critical step for matching simulations to measurements for physical layer Tx to Rx channels. Multigigabit channels that include multi-layer laminate or printed circuit board structures require a fixture to go from the coaxial connections of the measuring instrument to the planar transmission line structures on a PCB. This fixture is not calibrated out by the coaxial calibration of the instrument, and is often neglected in the simulation. This video will go through a 4-step process to show how to de-embed the fixture from the measurement to validate the PCB channel model, and then how to embed the fixture with the model to do a direct compare of simulation to full-path measurement both in the frequency domain and time domain. The end result is demonstrated using a 32Gb/s example of simulation to measurement correlation.
To download the project files referred to in this video visit http://srchedadocs.software.keysight.com/cgi-bin/workspace_request/wsr_form.cgi?id=201411013&l=en