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  • Re: GbE network signal integrity
    I've learned more about our tools: We have “Allegro PCB SI XL” without the “Multi-Gigabit” option. If I pursue this work, I'll most likely request S-parameters from connector suppliers, then use Matlab/Simulink for signal integrity predictions. I have no further questions.  Thanks.
    Posted to PCB Design (Forum) by MinerHokie on Fri, Feb 22 2013
  • Re: GbE network signal integrity
    We have “Allegro PCB SI XL” without the “Multi-Gigabit” option. Cat 6A network signal integrity analysis; concerned about the affects of mil connectors on crosstalk, insertion loss, etc. (no PCB layout analysis). So, we'd like to model connectors and cables and analyze a Cat 6A network composed of those connectors and ...
    Posted to PCB Design (Forum) by MinerHokie on Mon, Jan 14 2013
  • GbE network signal integrity
    Was considering Agilent ADS and EMPro for GbE signal integrity analysis at the network level (e.g., NE crosstalk, insertion loss, return loss). I don't have the Agilent tools but do have access to Cadence. Has anyone modeled large mil connectors, D38999 types for example, in a Cadence tool? Or imported models from another tool? Thanks.
    Posted to PCB Design (Forum) by MinerHokie on Thu, Jan 10 2013
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