[SI-LIST] : IBIS models

Mike Mayer (Mike.Mayer@cp.artesyn.com)
Thu, 26 Aug 1999 08:47:52 -0500 (CDT)

I have found several IBIS models that use the [Pin] keyword but only
model a couple of pins. For example, an octal buffer in a 20-pin
package that only includes statements for one buffer input pin, one
buffer output pin, Vcc and Gnd. My reading of the IBIS spec would say
that this is non-compliant. In Section 5 under "Usage Rules" for the
[Pin] keyword the first sentence states "All pins on a component must
be specified.".

1) Am I correctly interpreting the IBIS specification?

2) How common are models of this type?

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Mike Mayer                               Artesyn Communication Products, Inc
                                         Madison, WI
                                         http://www.artesyn.com/cp
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