I have used the IBIS model and SI sections for some models that an engineer here
was designing for a chip. It was by no means an exhastive evaluation but the
quick check I did seemed to work and give the sort of expected waveforms and
ringing for the device used on a real world PCB. I used the IBIS converter,
trace impedance calculator and waveform definition . Whilst not very easy to set
up and get working it did eventually give waveforms approximating those produced
by one of our overseas affiliates.


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Clive Broome
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8 Bayswater Dr, Homebush        Fax:        +61 2 9763 3409
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"Brooks,Bill" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> on 12/13/2001 02:05:19 AM

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Subject:  [PEDA] Signal Analysis ?



I received this question from an associate who is evaluating the Protel
Software and thought I should post it to the forum. Your thoughts?
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Do you use the signal analysis on Protel?  If so, how well does it work?
We're finally getting up high enough that we've started checking the
signals, so a couple of the engineering were wondering about that
capability.
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Bill Brooks
PCB Design Engineer , C.I.D.
DATRON WORLD COMMUNICATIONS, INC
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