Mentor Paper: Using HyperLynx DDR Wizard for QDR-IV


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The quad data rate IV (QDR-IV) memory interface protocol is used for reduced-latency applications. It features two independent bi-directional data channels, each running at double data rate (DDR).

Mentor Graphics’ newest white paper walks PCB designers through several ways to capitalize on the benefits of the DDRx Wizard batch simulation to validate the QDR-IV bus. This PDF is available for download by clicking here.

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