"what you simulate is what you get"
check out the demo off the web..
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From: MikonCons@aol.com [SMTP:MikonCons@aol.com]
Sent: Wednesday, January 13, 1999 5:32 PM
To: email@example.com; Michael.Chan@compaq.com;
Subject: Re: [SI-LIST] : Mutual capacitance and inductance
I have had excellent success using a simple DOS-based program from
House publishers. I bought it about five years ago, but find it
applicable today (it seems that the laws of physics change more
slowly than in
just a few years...ha ha). The program is Matrix Parameters for
Multiconductor Transmission lines by Djordjevic, Harrington, Sarkar,
Bazdar. I have found typical accuracies within 2% of predictions on
circuit boards (verified by TDR tests).
A few simple dimensional entries in a menu-led screen will give you
form) multi-line calculations of self and mutual inductance,
etc., as well as compute and tabulate propagation velocity,
dielectric constant, and Zo.
If you want to run simulations, they offer a companion program that
directly import the matrix parameters and allow you to connect
loads and make runs to obtain crosstalk and the normal SI waveforms.
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