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From analysis novices to guru-level experts, Mentor Graphics’ HyperLynx has something for everyone to ensure that PCB designs are free from problems with signal integrity, power integrity, and radiated emissions.
This on-demand webinar demonstrates how to make analysis more accessible to everyone in your organization with HyperLynx and the VX release of Xpedition. From analysis novices to guru-level specialists, HyperLynx has something for everyone to make sure your designs are free from problems in signal integrity, power integrity, and radiated emissions.
What Attendees Will Learn
- How to overcome accelerating design complexity with several tiers of analysis capabilities
- How to manage system-level analysis more effectively
The presenter is Patrick Carrier, a technical marketing engineer specializing in analysis products, including signal and power integrity, EMC, and thermal design.
To view this webinar, click here.
Andy Shaughnessy, Design007 Magazine
At DesignCon 2018, I ran into Mentor’s Fadi Deek, the author of both of Mentor’s I-Connect007 eBooks: the newest, "The Printed Circuit Designer’s Guide to Power Integrity by Example," and their first book, "The Printed Circuit Designer’s Guide to Signal Integrity by Example." We sat down and discussed how the idea for the books came about, as well as some of the power integrity challenges facing PCB designers and engineers.
Kelly Dack, CID+, EPTAC
DesignCon is always a great place to check out the latest PCB layout and simulation software tools. During DesignCon 2018, Guest Editor Kelly Dack met with Sam Chitwood, a product engineer with Cadence. Sam explained how the Cadence Sigrity simulation software now allows users to make decisions early in the design process, and how this can help optimize the design of the power delivery network and ensure signal integrity in complex PCBs.
Successful signal integrity analysis depends on a fundamental concept: impedance. Without a thorough understanding of the impedance values that a signal encounters along the way, designers cannot maintain good signal quality from source to receiver.