CST – Computer Simulation Technology

Getting Ahead with High-Speed Digital Simulation and Measurement

 

Simulation can dramatically reduce the design cycles for high-speed digital engineers as it can serve as a virtual lab where verification can be done without waiting for an expensive and time consuming prototype cycle. Of course, this advantage can only be leveraged, if a high confidence in the simulation and measurement results has been established.

As both simulation and measurement can have their pitfalls, in this webinar we will give a practical guide on how set up this kind of simulation correctly and how to produce high-quality VNA measurements. Among other topics we will cover aspects of meshing, material characterization, and launch design.

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