WEBINAR: Highspeed PCB design using HyperLynx and PADS Professional Premium
In this webinar, you will learn about:
• Pre-layout signal integrity simulation
• DDR simulation
• Electrical rule checking
• DC drop resistance analysis
• Analog/mixed-signal analysis
Note: to access the webinar you will be asked to provide your full name, email address, organization name and country.
FREE WEBINAR BY DOWNSTREAM – March 8, 2023
BLUEPRINT – PCB WEBINAR: Create High Quality Documentation While Saving You Time and Money
This Webinar will introduce the user to the tools in BluePrint that allow for flex and Rigid Flex designs to be documented easily and accurately. This includes the support for multiple material Stack-ups, Definition of dielectrics and cores in both the rigid and flex sections of the design. The ability to exchange these stack-ups between design and fab, using ours and other software. Create documentation that shows each Stack-up zone, and the materials included in each zone.
In addition to these new features we will also show and discuss BluePrint documentation for rigid PCBs.
FREE WEBINAR BY DOWNSTREAM – March 7, 2023
CAM350/DFMSTREAM WEBINAR: Analyze Verify Optimize to Reduce Costs
At this free webinar you will learn about DFMStream from DownStream Technologies that provides powerful DFM capabilities in an easy-to-use tool suite. DFMStream bridges the gap between engineering and fabrication, helps save valuable time and reduces new product introduction bottlenecks.
Ensure PCB Circuit Performance with Analog Mixed Signal Simulation
Produce designs with analog/mixed signals faster and easier while ensuring design intent, circuit performance, and reliability. In this session, we’ll explore an amplifier circuit with a thermal protection element, then show how the PADS AMS simulation and analysis environment and powerful waveform analyzer can be used for behavioral verification, scenario, and component optimization.
PADS Professional: A Look Inside
PADS Professional is drawing a lot of interest for its ability to handle high-speed constraints, complex advanced routing, 3D, and RF. But what does that really mean? This 25-minute webinar shows you exactly what’s inside PADS Professional and why it’s the tool of choice for engineers and small teams who need efficient design of complex PCBs.
Managing Split Planes and Power Integrity
Ensuring ICs get the power they require is a challenge. One misstep and you’ll reduce board reliability and cause board failure. To prevent noise induction between multiple power sources, it’s critical that split planes be defined correctly.
In this webinar demonstration, we’ll show you how to create split planes in PADS and how to analyze them with PADS HyperLynx DC Drop to quickly identify voltage drop and current density problems for all the voltage rails on your PCB.
What is Frontloading CFD?
Thousands of companies are shortening their design cycles and increasing productivity by frontloading CFD – a practice where CFD is conducted early during the design process. In order to implement it successfully, you must use tools which integrate effortlessly into your current design process. Watch this video for more tips on how to frontload CFD successfully within your organization.
FloEFD: Supporting Your Design Process
Frontloading CFD refers to the practice of utilizing CFD simulation to optimize a proposed design during the early stages of the design process – when it is easier and less expensive to do so. And now with the award-winning FloEFD, implementing it is faster, easier and more affordable. Due to its powerful, unique and market-tested technology, FloEFD can reduce your overall simulation time by as much as 65-75 percent; thus, helping you optimize product performance and reliability, reduce physical prototyping, and development costs within engineering timescales. Watch this 4 minute video to learn how.
Introduction to Thermal Simulation of Electronics
In this presentation, we will give you an overview of the how and why of thermal simulation of electronics. We will also give a brief history of how it all started.
Electronic Components and Systems Designers struggling with the thermal design of their products will benefit from this event which will show how the use of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) can improve the efficiency and reliability of their designs and reduce the need for costly prototyping.