Re: [SI-LIST] : Seeking SI models for memory DIMMs.

Scott McMorrow (scott@vasthorizons.com)
Wed, 04 Aug 1999 21:46:05 -0700

kim

contact micron,hyundai, samsung, viking, ... and request that they
provide you ibis ebd models of their dimm modules.

In addition, you can down the .brd files for pc-100 dimms
from the intel web site. Just search for pc100 and you should
find them. You can then translate them into your particular
simulator format, apply standard sdram ibis models and
be off and simulating.

regards,

scottt

Kim Helliwell wrote:

> Anyone else doing PC motherboard design? How do you get or
> fudge models for the memory modules on the board?
>
> The obvious thing is to request the .brd file for the DIMM
> from the manufacturer, but for some reason, they are
> reluctant to part with this information. I can't imagine
> why :-) Actually, I really can't; there can't be that much
> proprietary content in such a small board, after all.
>
> Neophyte that I am to the SI world, I'm blocked, but I just
> bet there is some dodge around this problem that someone
> else has come up with. If so, would you be willing to share?
> Am I overlooking something obvious?
>
> --
> Kim Helliwell
> Senior CAE Engineer
> Acuson Corporation
> Phone: 650 694 5030 FAX: 650 943 7260
>
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