Pin Model Parameter Sweep

Tech Tip: Pin Model Parameter Sweep

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CR-8000 Design Force Signal Integrity tool can now define a buffer Model as a Sweep condition in the Analysis Result Viewer. This option will allow the user to run each model on the same circuit simultaneously and compare the results. When running an analysis on a design users can now simulate the worst-case scenario and compare it to the best case buffer model results at the same time. You can select an existing E-net in your design and open the Electrical Editor, or create your own E-net in the Electrical Editor. In the Electrical Editor select the model you want to run a sweep on and the right mouse button,” Add Sweep items”. Once you have set your sweep parameters you can run the Analysis. The ability to run Parameter sweeps using different Buffer models will make comparing analysis data faster and easier than before.

 

Below is a video demonstration.


Brian Gilman
Brian Gilman
Applications Engineer
Brian Gilman is an applications engineer, supporting customers with CR-8000/CR-5000 training and consulting. He works directly with the customers on a daily basis helping them work through the technical challenges they face. He loves to ski and must be on the first chairlift in the morning to lay down the first tracks on fresh powder.
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