Hill, California - June 1, 2005.
Designers are now faced with the additional burden of precise interconnect
modeling. This problem is compounded by the fact that most existing design
tools do not properly model interconnects at higher frequencies and there is
precious little related design experience available in the industry.
International, the experts in parasitic extraction and analysis tools, will
conduct technical presentations and demos on how to control parasitics.
Presentations will cover use of extraction techniques in high-performance
designs and will be offered at OEA’s demo
daily during the conference.
Presentations will include the following subjects:
Net Design Extraction and Analysis
Incremental Extraction of
High Accuracy Clock Skew
with Return Path Considerations
When to Consider Inductive
How to Increase Confidence
in Timing Closure
Interconnect Modeling with
Inductor and RF Passive Component Design
Frequency Dependent Effects
Substrate Modeling Effects
Designing the Right
Inductor or Balun for Your Design
Simple but Highly Accurate
Network Distribution Design Planning and Analysis
Minimizing Ground Bounce
and Simultaneous Noise
High Speed IO Pin Placement
and Package Analysis
Core Power Network Design
Planning and Analysis
Optimizing Power and Ground
REGISTER FOR PRESENTATIONS AND DEMOS
select the presentation(s) you wish to attend and call Alla Toy at (408)
778-6747 or email
firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a spot. During the DAC you can stop by OEA
Booth # 1100 and sign up.
/document/classes.html for presentations schedule.
International, Inc. is the industry leader in 3D extraction of
interconnects. OEA's tools are currently used in the most demanding
extraction and design environments. Some of the world’s most advanced design
facilities use OEA tools for detailed analysis and design of high-speed
clocks, buses, I/O rings, and power grids. For additional information call
(408) 778-6747, or visit OEA online at