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Tim Wang Lee
Welcome to Tim’s Blackboard! This is the place to find discussion on topics related to signal integrity and power integrity. Find other cool posts here!   IntroductionLast time on Tim’s Blackboard, I talked about Continuous-Time Linear Equalization (CTLE). This week, I will take things to discrete-time and discuss Feed-Forward Equalization (FFE).… (Show more)
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annamccowan
Engineers make simulation reports all the time. However, it is tedious to copy-paste images from ADS to PowerPoint. An easier way to transfer your ADS images to PowerPoint is shown in this short video.   Using the Export_Images add-on, available for download below, ADS users can quickly and easily save images in their schematic, layout, and data… (Show more)
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rajsodhi
Python is a programming language that lets you work quickly and integrate systems more effectively. It’s been used in many areas such as Statistical Analysis, or Artificial Intelligence; and it is also very useful in Device Modeling. Today we are going to introduce the Python integration with Keysight IC-CAP device modeling platform (version 2013… (Show more)
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michea
Have you ever found yourself in a situation where the characterization software did not support the hardware you were trying to use?  Your tests may be complex, where the measurement conditions of your next data point depend on previous measurement results.  I have found that using Python integrated with the IC-CAP software leads to a powerful and… (Show more)
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Tim Wang Lee
Welcome to Tim’s Blackboard! This is the place to find discussions on interesting topics related to signal integrity and power integrity.   This week on Tim’s Blackboard is “Eye-opening Experience with CTLE,” where we study one of the equalization techniques. This post has an associated ADS workspace. Download it now!   CTLE Opens Closed EyesIn… (Show more)
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Tim Wang Lee
Welcome to Tim’s Blackboard! This is the place to find discussions on interesting topics related to signal integrity and power integrity.   This week on Tim’s Blackboard is “Root Cause of Eye Closure,” where we study one of the root causes of eye closure. After reading the post, download the attached ADS workspace to experiment with Fourier… (Show more)
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annamccowan
Signal and Power Integrity engineers look to ADS for the correct treatment of high-speed effects like distortion, mismatch, and cross-talk. Building on the strong foundation and loyal users ADS has amassed through the years, ADS 2017 delivers new options and functionality that enable it to be the tool today's designers need to get ahead.   The… (Show more)
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kaelly_farnham
Many of you know Matt Ozalas, RF Design Engineer at Keysight Technologies, and his infamous YouTube video series, How to Design an RF Power Amplifier. I got a chance to talk to him about what he’s most excited about in the latest ADS release.   Kaelly: I heard ADS 2017 is being called the “3D release”. What 3D capabilities are you excited for?… (Show more)
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rajsodhi
LTspice  LTspice is a freeware SPICE simulator offered by Linear Technologies (now a division of Analog Devices Inc.). LTspice was originally called “SwitcherCAD” and was designed with switch-mode power supplies in mind. As a result, it is widely used in power electronics. IC-CAP may be used to generate device models based on measured data using… (Show more)
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annamccowan
A new video by Wolfspeed demonstrates how the Wolfspeed ADS process design kit (PDK) is configured to work with the Keysight ADS electrothermal simulator to co-simulate electrical and thermal performance together.   Figure 1. Wolfspeed’s process design kits work with Keysight Technologies’ ADS electrothermal simulator to co-simulate electrical… (Show more)
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