Time/Date: 8 AM - 5 PM, Thursday, February 26, 1998
Location: Concorde-Lafayette Hotel (Adjacent to Le Palais des Congress
de Paris Porte Mailot - Site of the DATE98 Conference)
Content: Presentations and Discussions
Purpose: Solicit and Exchange IBIS Model Related Information and Ideas.
Sponsors: Mentor Graphics, Cadence (so far)
DATE98 Show: DATE98 - February 23-26, 1998. The IBIS meeting is scheduled
the day following the last day of the trade show portion of the
See www.date-conference.com for more information.
PCB Symposium: An all day symposium is scheduled Wednesday, February 25, 1998
on PCB design issues. This is being co-organized (so far) by
Cadence, Mentor Graphics, Incases, and Zuken-Redac. Plan to
include DATE98, the PCB Symposium, and the IBIS Summit Meeting
in your visit. More information on the PCB Symposium will be
available at a later time.
As a result of regular EIA IBIS Open Forum meetings since 1993, IBIS Version
2.1 has been ratified both nationaly (in the United States of America)
as ANSI/EIA-656 and internationally as IEC 62014-1. Most of the IBIS
are conducted on a regular basis via teleconferencing, but the EIA IBIS
Open Forum also conducts two face-to-face meetings every year at the Design
Automation Conference (DAC) and DesignCon locations. While some of the IBIS
Summits focused on resolving standards issues, others have been used for
general IBIS information exchange. Historically, some of the IBIS advances
have come from such exchanges.
Because of wide-spread international usage and acceptance of IBIS, the
EIA IBIS Open Forum will hold a European IBIS Summit at the same time as the
DATE98 Conference and PCB Symposium in Paris, France. We are particularly
interested the international experiences and ideas at this IBIS Summit.
CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS
People involved in IBIS Model development, EDA tool development, and digital
circuit design are invited to participate in the European IBIS Summit meeting.
If you plan to participate, please supply the information below:
Bob Ross (firstname.lastname@example.org)
CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS
We are seeking presentations from individuals who have IBIS experiences
Format of Presentation: Overhead Projections
Time: 15-30 Minutes
Electronic Archival: We request electronic versions so that the
presentations can be archived and also made
available to non-attendees. Formats used in
the past have been text, Power Point, Word,
Postscript, and Acrobat.
If you plan a presentation, please supply
Send this to:
Bob Ross (email@example.com)
(See the list below for some planned presentations and suggested topics)
The agenda includes presentations, discussions, breaks, and lunch (which
we are planning to provide).
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION:
Chair, EIA/IBIS Open Forum
Interconnectix Division, Mentor Graphics
10220 S.W. Nimbus Ave., K4
SOME SUGGESTED AND ACTUAL PLANNED TOPICS:
Use of IBIS at Alcatel - John Fitzpatrick
IBIS Model Development at National - Syed Huq
Modeling Experiences at your company - Library management,
validation, conversion, etc.
How to have industry (model providers) converge to IBIS
IBIS Model Generation at Semiconductor companies
IBIS Model generation from company not active on IBIS committee
IBIS Model Generation
Package Modeling (L, R, C)
IBIS Models from measurement (extrapolation, equipment, package effects)
Technical Issues and Possible IBIS Extensions
High Speed Effects
IBIS and EMC
IBIS and Radiation Analysis - Incases
Conversions from/to IBIS and Other Formats
Conversion Problems between Spice and IBIS - Convergence, Oscillation
Conversions among other formats (IBIS, XTK, SigNoise, etc.)
Simulators that support IBIS