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Zuken & ANSYS — Easy Approach to PCB Design

Recently, Ozen Engineering has partnered with Zuken to offer customers a better and comprehensive solution to PCB design. By coupling Zuken CR-8000, a product-centric design platform which enables engineers/designers to have a superior and user-friendly PCB design experience in terms of minimized modeling procedures and powerful built-in PCB design library, with ANSYS Electromagnetic products – Siwave and Icepak, PCB designers are able to enjoy a revolutionized work experience at design level, and to simulate at another. ANSYS Electromagnetic products help designers verify their designs by analyze circuit EMI, power/signal integrity, temperature and heat transfer in IC packages and printed circuit boards. Really, you wouldn’t find a better match than Zuken and Ansys in the PCB field.

 

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Introduction to ANSYS SIwave


  • February 22, 2019
    9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Overview ANSYS SIwave is a specialized hybrid, full-wave finite element solver engine which enables engineers to perform signal integrity and power integrity analysis of electronic packages and PCBs. The Introduction to ANSYS SIwave course covers analyses types within SIwave including DC IR drop, PCB characteristic impedance and NEXT and FEXT scanning, TDR (time domain reflectometry), (more…)

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Introduction to ANSYS SIwave

Overview
ANSYS SIwave is a specialized hybrid, full-wave finite element solver engine which enables engineers to perform signal integrity and power integrity analysis of electronic packages and PCBs.

The Introduction to ANSYS SIwave course covers analyses types within SIwave including DC IR drop, PCB characteristic impedance and NEXT and FEXT scanning, TDR (time domain reflectometry), near-and-far-field extraction, and thermal coupling with the ANSYS Icepak thermal simulation product.  PCB layout geometry import formats, workflow, verification, and visibility are covered.  The course also covers setting up hybrid-full wave simulations and how they are set up.

Prerequisites

  • Familiarity with high-speed digital signal electronic engineering, including transmission line characteristic impedance, differential pairs, NEXT (near end cross talk) and FEXT (far end cross talk), and S-parameters.
  • Familiarity with printed circuit board (PCB) layouts, workflows (formats for import and export), and standards (e.g. DDR).
  • Prior experience with full wave electromagnetic simulation is helpful but not required.

Target Audience: Engineers and Designers

Teaching Method: Lectures and computer practical sessions to validate acquired knowledge. A training certificate is provided to all attendees who complete the course.

Typical Agenda

9:00AM – Class Begins

12- 1:00PM – Lunch Served

5:00PM – Class Ends

Cost: $600/day