CST – Computer Simulation Technology

Automotive PCBs: Efficient Signal and Power Integrity Analysis

 

The increasing demand of in-vehicles infotainment systems, along with active safety and electronic multimedia systems, makes simulation of growing importance in the automotive industry. Building a reliable system, shortening the development cycle and reducing the cost are important factors and the use of simulation tools and virtual prototyping are indispensable to achieve these goals. This eSeminar presents efficient workflows for signal integrity (SI) and power integrity analysis (PI): the pre-layout is addressed using CST DESIGN STUDIO™, and for post layout (both SI and PI) analysis, CST PCB STUDIO® will be employed. Several test models are discussed and guidelines on how to improve existing designs and how to build an optimized system are presented.

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