CST – Computer Simulation Technology

CST Webinar Series 2017

EDA / Signal Integrity

Increasing miniaturization, data rates and integration mean that simulation is now a key part of the EDA design flow. With the CST® Webinar Series 2017, we will explore several ways that electromagnetic simulation can be used throughout the design process to characterize signal integrity (SI), power integrity (PI) and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) effects

Design and Characterization of SerDes Channels

This presentation will highlight the key features for SerDes Channel Design in CST STUDIO SUITE including the new eye diagram tool, demonstrating realistic transmitter and receiver models including jitter, modulation and equalization at both the pre-layout and post-layout stage.

October 19, 2017 | 5 pm CET To the Webinar

True Signal / Power Integrity Co-Extraction and Simulation

We present a rigorous approach to SI/PI modelling using a single model for the channel that includes both signal nets and power delivery network, allowing SI/PI co-simulation with unprecedented accuracy. 3D EM simulation and model extraction tools allow effects of poor or multiple signal reference to be included.

November 9, 2017 | 5 pm CETTo the Webinar

EMC Simulation of Automotive Ethernet

This webinar will present simulations of EMC related aspects of the Automotive Ethernet: the effect of the PCB layout on the emission from an Automotive Ethernet channel, crosstalk from the Automotive Ethernet channel to other cables inside one harness, and susceptibility of the channel based on the BCI testing method.

November 2, 2017 | 5 pm CETTo the Webinar

Precise Characterization of Multipin Connectors

This webinar will present a technique for an extraction of the connector model from measured S-parameters mitigating the effects of the test-fixture using CST STUDIO SUITE®. The concept will be demonstrated on the example of a connector for automotive applications.

December 7, 2017 | 5 pm CETTo the Webinar
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