…changes with data rate. You work with data rates that span four orders of magnitude, so it’s hard to calibrate what matters when. Read this post to learn a simple rule-of-thumb to help you decide which lengths you should model and design carefully.

Standards can be difficult to interpret. It’s often unclear what to simulate and how, so we’ve automated compliance tasks for you. Check out our pre-configured Kits for both QCD and QSI .

This Kit explains how to setup QCD to make automated performance measurements against target masks (eye, S-parameter, …). Sort your results and/or right-click to plot against your custom rules.

See Step 4 to learn why the industry stopped using repetitive single-side serpentines. Measured data reveals discontinuities you might not expect. Have a look.

High-speed material datasheets specify frequency-dependent values for Er and Lt (Dk/Df). This video explains how to apply these parameters in both pre-layout and post-layout.

SI Engineers learn and connect at DesignCon, and 2020 registration is now open. If you’ve never attended, make this your year! Whether you're a first time attendee or a regular at the conference and expo, make sure you stop by Booth #935 and learn what's new from SiSoft and MathWorks.