Learn how Corning Optical Communications engineers improved signal analysis for their 5G designs with Cadence Sigrity™ tools. With Sigrity tools and the help of EDAis, Cadence’s PCB and SI/PI partner in Israel, Corning met the design challenges posed by high-speed designs including minimizing IR drop and lowering materials cost through simulation.
Signal Integrity Design Considerations for High Speed Design
Cadence’s high speed design tools account for many signal integrity design considerations and help you crea...
Other content in this Stream
The Benefits and Advantages of Frequency Response Simulation in PCB Design
Frequency response simulation is a vital design tool that offers greater insight into the frequency design and manufacturing process for PCBs.
IoT Consumer Electronics that Streamline Business Interactions
IoT consumer electronics are everywhere. Learning how to design them and integrate into a home or business environment should be seamless too.
Termination Resistors: Their Function and Necessity on PCBs
Terminator resistors are components that prevent signal interference on a bus or other high-speed devices. Signal integrity design considerations still apply when using them.
The Fiber Weave Effect: Skew, Losses, and Resonance
The fiber weave effect can distort and delay signals on an interconnect. Here’s how to plan ahead during design time and compensate for skew.
How to Build a Via Current Simulation
Via current limitations should be carefully determined using a via current simulation. Here’s how a SPICE-based simulation and a PDNA tool can help.
What is the Thermal Noise Bandwidth in My Electronic Components?
If noise is a problem in your device, you’ll need to measure or calculate the noise floor to determine minimum measurable signal levels in your board.
Decision Feedback Equalization in High Speed Data Links
Decision feedback equalization is critical for extracting data in high speed serial links with multi-level signal modulation schemes.
DDR3 Routing Guidelines for Trace Management and Data Grouping
While DDR4 was introduced some time ago, DDR3 is still in-use in many popular consumer devices. Learn about DDR3 routing guidelines still.
HDI Routing Challenges and Tips
HDI routing requires understanding of tight component layout, EMI interactivity, and current flow distribution
What is Via Current and How to Measure its Effects?
Vias and their current carrying capacity affects the overall PCB functionality and design.
Understanding Poles and Zeros in Transient Analysis
Two important qualities in transient analysis are poles and zeros. Here’s what you need to know to understand poles and zeros for your circuits.
DVI Routing Tips in PCB Design
DVI routing involves understandings of strong component placement in PCB layout, as well as balancing EMI throughout the electronic device.
Common Types of Low Power Clocks and the Use of Simulation Software
Low power clock circuit simulation provides invaluable design insight and reduces cost as well as build times. All the while improving overall circuit design.
Types of Analog Signals and Unique Layout Considerations
For the best performance of your analog circuits, here are some layout tips that will help your types of analog signals to work as you intended them to.
Which Transmission Line Impedance is Used for Termination?
Here’s the impedance value you should use to terminate transmission line impedance at a source and load in an interconnect.
Analog Waveform Generation and Analysis
There are many applications where a unique analog waveform is desirable. Here’s how you can generate and analyze different analog waveforms.
Impedance Matching in Interconnects with Inductive Circuit Loads
Loads that behave like inductive circuits can be difficult to impedance match. Here’s what you need to know about inductive circuit behavior and termination.
Applying TRL Calibration for Noncoaxial Measurements
Utilizing TRL calibration to obtain noncoaxial measurements provides the easiest and most accurate readings.
Capacitor Self-resonant Frequency and Signal Integrity
Real capacitors will start to behave like an RLC network at high frequencies thanks to the capacitor self-resonant frequency.
Resonant Frequency vs. Natural Frequency in Oscillator Circuits