The Basics of IBIS Models
On-demand Web Seminar
Having high quality IBIS models for signal integrity simulation is critical to get good results that correlate to your device's actual behavior.
In this webinar, you will be introduced to the basics of IBIS models, including the main components and structure of an IBIS model, and how to perform a quick quality check on your model to ensure it's ready to use for simulation, as well as what options you have when there is no model available from an IC vendor. You will also learn how the IBIS model can be verified against SPICE models or lab measurements for correlation, to validate its quality.
What You Will Learn
- The main components of an IBIS model
- How to quickly quality check your IBIS model
- Your options when no IC vendor model is available
- How to verify your IBIS model against SPICE models for correlation
About the Presenter
Arpad Muranyi joined Mentor Graphics as a senior engineer in the high-speed group, focusing on I/O modeling methodologies and strategies. Arpad previously worked for Intel, where he was a founding member of their chipset SI group. He was a pioneer in behavioral modeling using the behavioral capabilities in HSPICE, and eventually became a founding member of the IBIS Open Forum, where he continues to push behavioral modeling as an industry standard for Signal Integrity.
Who Should View
- Board Designers
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