Thanks for your advices.We usually simualte the items 1-4 by hspice.But how to to get a feel according to empirical calculations in SSN and how to get the package model.What is the field solver?
> In picking a driver, you have a lot of factors to consider concurrently:
> 1) Input-to-output delay relative to your clock cycle time.
> 2) Output impedance relative to transmission line impedance and loading.
> 3) Rise/fall time - not too fast and not too slow. 10-20% of the clock cycle is
> a good place to start
> 4) Capacitance.
> 5) di/dt for simultaneously switching output (SSO) noise.
> For items 1-4, you should be able to make your decisions based on a single-net
> analysis using the loading you expect your driver to see. When you do the di/dt
> simulations to determine signal-to-return ratio and worst-case SSO noise, you
> will need an accurate coupled model for the package. I like to start with
> empirical calculations to get a feel for the problem and then use a field solver
> to derive an accurate package model.
> Greg Edlund
> Advisory Engineer, Critical Net Analysis
> 3650 Hwy. 52 N, Dept. HDC
> Rochester, MN 55901
> ---------------------- Forwarded by Gregory R Edlund/Rochester/IBM on 07/23/99
> 10:36 AM ---------------------------
> chenlanbing <firstname.lastname@example.org> on 07/21/99 01:53:33 AM
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> Subject: Re: [SI-LIST] : How to treat the ASIC package pin-assigns
> Thanks for your help.It is very important in ASIC package design.I think it is
> the same as the connector pin assigns in SI.If you have no good pin assigns in
> high-speed ASIC package,maybe it can't work.Mr Pratapneni suggest we
> might have to simulate the effective improvement by field solvers and SI
> tools.Can you tell me which tools should be used and the ways to design the
> package including choosing package and the pin assigns.I'm newman in the package
> design.Wish get your help.
> In the same time,the ASIC buffer choice is important too.Can anyone tell me how
> to simulation the ASIC buffer in the future applied conditions and get a good
> buffer to improve the ASIC's SI.
> Satish_Pratapneni@Dell.com wrote:
> > Hi! Chenlanbing,
> > It depends broadly on following things:
> > (a) what kind of package: ground return path within the package is different
> > for different types of packages (stack-up of the package dictates this). In
> > BGA type packages
> > there are usually metal islands for gnd and pwr(connected to their
> > respective power/ground planes thorough vias), you can isolate other noises
> > by
> > assigning a separate island to clock power/ground (if you have such a case)
> > In the past I have assigned two dedicated pads for power and ground around
> > the
> > clock pad within AISC.
> > Also it is helpful to put quiet buffers around a clock pad. This is also
> > dependent upon the fact how your power distribution is with the chip.
> > (b) Clock type (is it differential), noise sensitivity, drive strength etc:
> > If clock net is very noise sensitive then you can provide noise isolation at
> > package level by customizing the power/ground planes. But you might have to
> > simulate the
> > effective improvement by field solvers and SI tools.
> > you can isolate power/ground distribution at chip level as well if you have
> > that freedom.
> > -Satish Pratapneni
> > Signal Integrity Engineer
> > Dell Computers Corporation, TX
> > (512)723-8436
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: chenlanbing [mailto:email@example.com]
> > Sent: Saturday, July 17, 1999 4:54 AM
> > To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Subject: [SI-LIST] : How to treat the ASIC package pin-assigns
> > Hi,
> > Now I have a ASIC package design.There is a lot of data bus and a clock
> > signal in this package.
> > How can I do the pin assigns?If I put the clock pin beside the data pins and
> > insert a gnd pin,can it improve the SI?
> > I need your helps and wish can get some advices about how to pin assign the
> > ASIC package.I know it is very key in HSSD to pin assign the connector and I
> > can get a good pin assign by simulation.
> > Sincerely,
> > Chenlanbing
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