ANSYS HFSS for Signal Integrity
|Date||May 09, 2013 - May 10, 2013 (2 days)|
Apache Design, Inc.
|Fee||$1,200 US Dollars|
Please register your interest to attend one of our classes as early as possible. Payment will not be required until the class is confirmed. Please do not make your travel arrangements until you receive confirmation that the class will be held.
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: 603-727-5405
- A technical education and/or background in high frequency electromagnetics is recommended but having an engineering degree is not required.
- It is also stongly recommended, but not required, that you are familiar with the Getting Started Guides provided with the software.
- Some experience with HFSS is recommended.
This two-day course uses examples and real design exercises to provide a comprehensive understanding of HFSS with the specific emphasis on Signal Integrity. The course is intended for beginners but assumes some prior knowledge of HFSS.
This class covers using the Ansoft HFSS Desktop features, creating and manipulating parametric 3D models, and working with different data types. Users will be introduced to real design data editing and translation thru AnsoftLinks and creating ready to solve HFSS 3D models. The first day of training will discuss boundaries and excitations, with an overview focusing on the practical aspects of passive device modeling and how to improve performance and productivity. The following day students will create fully parameterized 3D HFSS models for "what-if" types of analyses.
The second day covers using Ansoft Designer and Nexxim software and its features, creating schematic for full channel frequency and time domain analysis. Students will be able to create different types of eye diagram plots, perform equalization and plot bit error rate diagrams from the examples introduced during class.
Topics to be covered:
- HFSS Overview
- Simulation Basics
- HFSS Boundary Conditions
- Designer/Nexxim Overview
- HFSS Integral Equation (HFSS-IE) Solver Overview
Each course chapter is followed by "hands-on" workshops and exercises.
Additional Course Dates and Locations
|August 15, 2013||United States,California,Irvine|
|November 18, 2013||United States,California,San Jose|