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timwanglee
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 “Your Channel, PRBS and the Eye.”   IntroductionPreviously on Tim’s Blackboard, we showed the convolution process and the helpful single pulse response. This week, we will… (Show more)
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kaelly_farnham
Working with data tables is a basic skill every engineer learns early on in their career. When organized properly, tables can summarize a great deal of device data into a helpful information format, and that makes them extremely useful. A 1-page data table can pack as much punch as a thirty-page report that’s full of curves. The table… (Show more)
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annamccowan
The fundamental goal in cellular and network wireless development is maximizing antenna performance while minimizing antenna size. In order to achieve this, antennas have increased in the number of array elements and in complexity of broadband networks, requiring highly accurate simulation programs for significant designs and tests. With ADS 3D EM… (Show more)
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timwanglee
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, convolution workspace! Get Your Workspace Today!At the bottom of the page, there are links to the available workspaces. Let me know if you have any questions at… (Show more)
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annamccowan
         For engineering students and professionals alike, ADS simulations are a dream come true. A software that does all the calculations for me? Count me in!            As today’s circuits grow more and more complex, the processes involved in creating, testing, and simulating them tend to follow suit. RF engineers face many challenges in RF… (Show more)
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timwanglee
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 “Convolution and Single Pulse Response.”   IntroductionTwo weeks ago, in the “Dirac Delta Misnomer” post, I explained why Dirac delta function is technically a distribution. I… (Show more)
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kaelly_farnham
Understanding the impact thermal effects can have on your circuit design is critical to being able to adequately account for them during the design process. It’s also essential to designing your circuit in an efficient way. But that’s easier said than done. A recently released video from Wolfspeed may offer you some much-needed help.   The… (Show more)
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michea
Many of you already know that Keysight's IC-CAP software provides an open flexible architecture that supports many industry standard and proprietary models. It also provides drivers for a range of popular test instruments required to make characterization measurements for extracting device model parameters and performing optimizations. But did you… (Show more)
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timwanglee
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, I will resolve the arrival time inconsistency shown in the previous post.     IntroductionLast week, we sent an impulse through a section of 50-Ohm, 6-inch microstrip… (Show more)
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kaelly_farnham
Accurate and efficient modeling is critical to successful design, especially when it comes to the Static Random Access Memory (SRAM) cell, the minimum geometry devices in integrated circuit technology. Modeling such circuits has grown increasingly complex with the advent of nanometer scale process geometries. That’s because increasing process… (Show more)
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