EDA tools accelerate high-speed PC board design

Lipman, Jim
March 1996
EDN;3/28/96, Vol. 41 Issue 7, p87
Trade Publication
Proposes ways and parameters of handling a multitude of design tasks by choosing the right electronic design automation (EDA) tools. Characteristics of a high-speed personal computer (PC) boards; Use of signal integrity tools to detect delays and distortions; Compliance to electronic radiation standards; List of EDA tools for high-speed PC board design; Thermal considerations. INSETS: IBIS eases behavior modeling.;Looking ahead..


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