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TeamAllegro Spices Up SNUG With Allegro PCB SI

Comments(1)Filed under: PCB Signal and power integrity, PCB design, SPB 16.3, SigXP UI, Allegro 16.3, PCB SI, IBIS, HSpice

Allegro PCB SI has supported multiple simulation engines for well over seven years.  Other than the native TLsim engine, HSpice has been one of the more popular simulation engine choices.  This year at SNUG, we have been invited to meet with HSpice users and show them the value of running HSpice directly from the Cadence Allegro PCB SI environment.

This demonstration shows HSpice running with IBIS models, and compares the results to TLsim and Spectre.


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At SNUG, we will also be talking about how our Allegro 16.3 release of provides a new wizard for easy import of encrypted transistor-level HSpice models into the PCB SI environment.

 




Allegro PCB SI 16.3 is rapidly being recognized for many of its new usability features including seamless integration with HSpice.  If you are at SNUG, please drop by and say hello.

Please let us hear about your experiences with the new easy-to-use Allegro PCB SI 16.3

 

TeamAllegro

Comments(1)

By Maxwell86 on April 1, 2010
Ran into a lot of old friends and had some good conversations about PCB and Package Signal Integrity at SNUG. IBIS-AMI seems to be the hot topic. The Cadence booth was busy!  Thanks SNPS for the food, drink, and hospitality.

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