Designs with high-speed serial interfaces, such as HDMI, PCI and USB3, are becoming increasingly prevalent and must adhere to additional rules and regulations to be successful. However, reviewing documentation to determine the required criteria needed to comply with industry standards and performing verification is time-consuming. See how you can easily perform accurate channel simulations while ensuring your design meets the necessary specifications with Sigrity.
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This quick tutorial will provide instructions on how to import different file formats into Sigrity to perform signal integrity and power integrity analysis.
In this video, we will learn how to validate the coupling between parallel running tracks.
In this video, we will simulate for reflection on signals of Parallel Data Buses utilizing workflows in Sigrity Aurora.
In this video, we will check a design for impedance discontinuities in parallel running tracks. We will learn how to plot and visualize different impedances violations for different signal groups.
This video discusses how to implement constraint floor planning on the PCB using Sigrity Aurora, run a design rule check, and resolve all the errors or violations.
In this video, we will add electrical constraints within a topology and implement the constraints for parallel data bus lanes.
This video will walk through the steps to download and configure GhostScript in OrCAD Capture to export a Smart PDF of a schematic design.