RE: [SI-LIST] : IBIS models

Michael C. Greim (mgreim@dnaent.com)
Mon, 30 Aug 1999 13:44:51 -0500

Roy et al,

The ibis models are an effort to make the signal integrity exercise
easier. However, as some of the members of this mailing list
have pointed out, having the right model for one pin, earlier,
is a whole lot better than the total device, late. (IMHO)
The trick for most designers is again using the available tools
to minimize the effort in making an early model useful. I
am a little surprised that no one has offered a script of
some sort that will semi-automate the process. I don't have
one available, but I would suspect that someone in the group
would have gotten tired of creating a 600 or 1000 pin model
by hand.

Anybody? Anybody?

MG

The bounds of time, space or mechanics should never
stand in the way of a perfectly good idea.

The time is gone, the email's over, thought I'd
something more to say....

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