Mentor Webinar: Correct Model Assignments for SI (Full Flow)


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Mentor, a Siemens business will hold a webinar on “Correct Model Assignments for SI (Full Flow)“ on February 21, 2019, 8:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. US/Pacific.

Signal Integrity simulation is only as good as your simulation models.  This webinar will show best practices to assign models for your components in HyperLynx SI.  Learn how to setup files to automatically map models to components brought into HyperLynx.  Once your models are setup, simulation can be easy and accurate.

About the Presenter

Kyle Lake is an Applications Engineer for Oasis Sales. Before joining Oasis, Kyle was a Corporate Marketing Engineer at Mentor Graphics where he was responsible for helping customers identify solutions to their PCB design issues.

His primary focus at Oasis is supporting advanced solutions: PADS Professional, the Xpedition Enterprise Platform and PCB simulation tools for high-performance designs.​

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