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Basic SI using PADS HyperLynx

The HyperLynx® Introduction for PADS course provides PADS Professional and PADS Standard Plus users an introduction into High Speed (Signal Integrity) design with the tools they have available today.

 

“Getting to know simple methods, learning to make estimates and applying that to find and adjust potential errors in the design at an early stage.”
Matthijs Weskin - Hedon

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  • Duration: 3 morning sessions
  • Location: Online
  • Price: EUR 975

Course overview

The HyperLynx® Introduction for PADS course provides PADS Professional and PADS Standard Plus users an introduction into High Speed (Signal Integrity) design with the tools they have available today.

After attending the course, you have a basic understanding of Signal Integrity and how to implement it into your design process. The class is intended for people new to this subject. Signal Integrity behaviour is explained using basic examples. Followed by self-educational labs and discussions on the labs subject. Followed by explaining Basic IBIS modeling functionality with a LAB. Finishing by showing the PADS integration.

Content

  • Welcome and Introduction
  • Introduction to Signal Integrity (SI)
    • SI principles explained Easy (with examples)
    • Problems and Definitions 
  • Problem prevention
  • Principle of the '4T' Solution 
  • 3 Step design strategies to optimize SI
    • Board stackup Design (Lab)
    • Pre-Layout Simulation (Lab)
    • Post-Layout Simulation (Lab)
  • Basic IBIS modeling and timing (with examples)
  • Crosstalk Investigation (Lab)
  • Integration with Schematic Design and PCB Layout (demo)
  • Reference material to go deeper into SI
  • Start working on your own design

Agenda

 

First morning

  • Introduction of Signal Integrity (SI)
  • SI Principles explained Easy (with examples)
  • Problems and Definitions
  • Problem prevention
  • Principle of the ‘4T’ solution
  • 3 step design strategies to optimize SI Board Stackup design (Lab)
  • Pre-Layout Simulation (Lab)

 

Second morning

  • Post-Layout Simulation (Lab)
  • Basic IBIS modeling and timing (Lab)

 

Third morning

  • Crosstalk Investigation (Lab)
  • Integration with Schematic Design and PCB Layout (DEMO)
  • Reference material to go deeper into SI
  • Start working on your own design

 

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