Getting Ahead with Broadband Macromodeling
16th February 2017
17:00 CET (UTC+1)
The complexity of modern high-end electronic systems as well as strict time-to-market constraints require fast and reliable Signal/Power Integrity and Electromagnetic Compatibility performance assessments from very preliminary stages of the design onwards. Such assessments are usually performed via numerical simulations aimed at the prediction of the signals propagating on the system interconnects. This type of analysis is enabled by the availability of accurate and efficient models for all relevant passive system components including, e.g., interconnects, vias, connectors, packages, discontinuities, up to backplane links and complete power delivery networks. This webinar will show how the state-of-the-art macromodeling software IdEM provides the ideal tool to verify the physical self-consistency of S-parameter data, and to generate stable, passive and causal broadband computational models and/or equivalent circuits that can be safely used in any SPICE-based simulation environment for reliable Signal and Power Integrity assessment.