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EMPro Workshop provides various Lab examples to show the complete Electro-Magnetic (EM) simulation flow and the procedure from processes like solid modeling, simulation setup, simulations, data display, and post processing. These lab examples are based on FEM (Finite Element Method) and Finite Difference Time Domain (FDTD) simulation technologies.

Duane Lowenstein
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Key parameters of PCB materials, such as DK, TanD, dielectric height, etched trace width, copper thickness and roughness, are critical for high speed PCB transmission line design. In this mini workshop, Beatty series resonant impedance structures are used to improve accuracy of PCB material property extraction for EM simulation and signal
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In BSIM3v3, ADS adopts a following equation as channel thermal noise for Noimod=1(most basic model).    8*k*T/3*(gm) This is consistent with Nlev=-1,0,1,2 of HSPICE. But other vendor tools such as Cadence-Spectre and Mentor-Eldo adopt different equation for Noimod=1(SPICE2). These tools adopt following as most basic model.