Ensuring DDR4 Electrical Performance at Intended Data-rate
DDR interfaces have many signal integrity and timing requirements that need to be guaranteed between multiple signal groups. Conformance to the requirements should be verified before a board is fabricated to reduce the chance of prototype spins. Traditionally, designers have relied on dedicated SI experts to perform this task, or laid out boards based on manufacturer’s guidelines and skipped post-route verification entirely, hoping to avoid problems in the lab. Increasing data rates have pushed DDR operating margins to the point where simply following physical design rules is no longer enough to ensure that a design will work as intended.
This webinar will discuss the different electrical requirements associated with DDR designs and show how board and system designers can use HyperLynx to perform post-route verification themselves, helping free up scarce SI experts to focus on their company’s most challenging analysis problems.
What You Will Learn
- DDR electrical requirements for signal integrity and timing
- Why “routing by the rules” isn’t enough anymore
- Why JEDEC specifications only give you half of the information you need
- How Controller/DRAM configuration affects routing requirements
- How to use HyperLynx post-route verification to optimize margins for designs as-routed
Who Should Attend
- PCB/System Designers
- Engineering Managers
- Signal Integrity Specialists
- PCB Layout Designers
Live Web Seminar: Ensuring DDR4 Electrical Performance at Intended Data-rate
Tuesday May 5th, 2020
3:00PM - 4:00PM CEST
During this event, we will show how customers are using DFM embedded in the design tools, empowering designers to address all three priorities without compromise.A Hybrid Design Verification Methodology for Increased Coverage and Faster Iterations
This webinar discusses a hybrid approach for post-route verification that quickly and automatically screens designs for potential faults across multiple disciplines. Potential faults can then be reviewed by the designer and further quantified through simulation if necessary.