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CDNLive! MVP discusses modeling 6 Gbps Serial Links with IBIS-AMI modeling

Comments(0)Filed under: PCB Signal and power integrity, SPB, SerDes, SPB16.2, CDNLive!, CDNLive! 2008, IBIS-AMICongratulations to Donald Telian and his colleagues at Hitachi and IBM on winning the Most Valuable Paper award at CDNLive! in San Jose. Donald takes you through a case study where a 6 gigabit/second Serial Attached SCSI–2 (SAS-2) interface was architected, simulated, and compliance tested using Cadence Allegro PCB SI GXL.  The analysis featured use of algorithmic models that adhere to the IBIS 5.0 AMI modeling interface standard.

This paper is now available to conference attendees by logging in, navigating to the PCB SI track, and downloading the 8ICP8 paper and presentation.

This is a must-read paper for anyone considering working with multi-gigabit technology in the 6 – 10 gigabit range.  Great work, Donald!

Let me hear what you think of the MVP.

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