.param Eyewidth = 'period'
.param Eyerise = 'Eyewidth-2p'
Vt1 ta1 0 pulse(0 1 1.22n Eyerise 1p 1p Eyewidth)
Rta1 ta1 0 1k
Et1 t1 0 VOL='Eyewidth*V(ta1)'
rt1 t1 0 1T
Vt2 ta2 0 pulse(0 1 2.0n Eyerise 1p 1p Eyewidth)
Rta2 ta2 0 1k
Et2 t2 0 VOL='Eyewidth*V(ta2)'
rt2 t2 0 1T
Vt3 ta3 0 pulse(0 1 2.745n Eyerise 1p 1p Eyewidth)
Rta3 ta3 0 1k
Et3 t3 0 VOL='Eyewidth*V(ta3)'
rt3 t3 0 1T
Vt4 ta4 0 pulse(0 1 3.5n Eyerise 1p 1p Eyewidth)
Rta4 ta4 0 1k
Et4 t4 0 VOL='Eyewidth*V(ta4)'
rt4 t4 0 1T
Vt5 ta5 0 pulse(0 1 4.94n Eyerise 1p 1p Eyewidth)
Rta5 ta5 0 1k
Et5 t5 0 VOL='Eyewidth*V(ta5)'
rt5 t5 0 1T
Each tx is a cycle chop at a particular agent. Then go to AvantWaves and us
t1... etc as you x axis (where time) was.
... Richard Mellitz
Intel
-----Original Message-----
From: Chris.H.Simon@gd-is.com
[mailto:Chris.H.Simon@gd-is.com]
Sent: Monday, July 19, 1999 2:33 PM
To: si-list@silab.eng.sun.com
Subject: [SI-LIST] : Eye diagram displays from HSPICE
simulations
Mike,
You mention that you run many randomly switching bits in an
HSPICE simulation
and view the resulting eye diagram. Is there a way to view
eye diagrams in
Avanti Avanwaves or do you use some other waveform viewer
with this capability?
I have tried to do this in Avanwaves but couldn't find the
right combination to
get the overlayed waveforms.
Chris Simon
General Dynamics Information Systems
From: "Mike Degerstrom" <degerstrom.michael@mayo.edu> on
07/19/99 02:33 PM GMT
Please respond to si-list@silab.eng.sun.com
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Subject: Re: [SI-LIST] : even-odd mode influence
John,
Are you refering to the W-element model instead of the
T-element model?
If so then, WRT the W-element inaccuracies: did you try to
adjust the
.options RISETIME parameter? We've looked at the
w-element
model in some detail and we totally agree that the AC models
give a very different response than that predicted with the
transient w-element model. By adjusting the RISETIME
parameter
you can get the transient loss correct at one or two
frequencies.
In general, I think the w-element model can be used with
good results for modeling of wide-band digital signals. The
trick is knowing whether you are getting good results or
not!
However, this is getting way off the subject of the original
posting. I suspect the original post was not concerned with
losses.
If that is the case then the w-element does a great job with
multiple coupled conductors. We often run at least 3
coupled
conductors together and run many randomly switching bits in
the simulation. Then we view the resulting eye diagram to
see the effects of the crosstalk, i.e., coupling modes. It
took
us some time to develop these capabilities. You can, of
course,
use the approach suggested by Dima which is to use convert
the coupled lines to decoupled lines. In fact, it is
probably
best to start with Dima's approach so you better understand
the theory instead of just trusting that some fully coupled
EM result is correctly translated to a fully coupled
transmission
line model.
Mike
On Jul 16, 8:57am, John Williamson wrote:
> Subject: RE: [SI-LIST] : even-odd mode influence
> Folks,
>
> A comment on HSPICE lossy coupled T-line accuracy. Be
careful when using the
> W-element.
> We've found that the time and frequency domains do not
agree. For example, a
> set of extracted
> RLGC parameters resulted in a frequency domain attenuation
of -25dB at
> 10GHz. However when
> the same model was used in the time domain driven by a
10GHz sine wave, the
> attenuation was
> only -8dB. We've found that this can be corrected by
dividing the model up
> into several shorter
> ones. It's not computationally efficient, but it works
fairly well.
>
> Regards,
>
> jw
>
> John M. Williamson, 0V30, Electromagnetic & interconnect
technology
> Nortel Networks
> (613) 763 3198, ESN 393-3198 E-mail: williamj@nortel.ca
>
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: jaydiep@us.ibm.com [SMTP:jaydiep@us.ibm.com]
> > Sent: Thursday, July 15, 1999 4:49 PM
> > To: si-list@silab.eng.sun.com
> > Subject: [SI-LIST] : even-odd mode influence
> >
> >
> >
> > Weber,
> >
> > To be able to simulate even-odd mode effects, you'll
have to model the
> > conductors as a system of coupled transmission lines.
There are not many
> > simulators that can do it, and even the ones that can
are pretty limited
> > to the
> > number of conductors they can handle. Many of them can
only handle lumped
> > models, where what you really need to see what's going
on is a true
> > distributed
> > model. You'll need a field solver to extract the
coupled transmission
> > line
> > matrices - it's not easily done analytically. Take a
look at Ansoft,
> > Applied
> > Simulation Technology, and Pacific Numerix. HSPICE can
model coupled
> > lines
> > using geometric input (conductor size, spacing, etc.),
but I can't vouch
> > for its
> > accuracy.
> >
> > Jay Diepenbrock
> >
> > Senior Engineer
> > Interconnect Technology & Qualification
> > IBM Global Procurement, B8UA/061, RTP, NC
> > Phone: 919-543-8804 Fax: 919-543-3642
> > Email: jaydiep@us.ibm.com
> >
> >
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