FW: [SI-LIST] : Training Suggestions Wanted

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From: Michael O'Shaughnessy (mike@trilogic.com)
Date: Tue Feb 29 2000 - 11:43:48 PST


Have you looked in to taking the Viewlogic Signal Integrity Analysis w/
XTK
class? It's an excellent three day course. I have included a
description
of the class. Trilogic is the VAR for Viewlogic in New England. Please
call me if you need additional information.

This course is an introductory/intermediate level course for the
beginning
XTK(tm) user or someone who has not had exposure to the 6.0+ program
level
features. The course covers transmission line theory and XTK(tm)
algorithm
basics, general usage of the XNS program, interactive problem location
and
repair, creating XTK(tm) models from extracted data, and translating
data
from a PCB layout system. Advanced modeling issues, comparing simulation
results to measurements, and simulation of complete large systems
(backplanes, connectors etc.) is also covered. Each section of the
course is
associated with a hands-on lab to help reinforce the lecture lessons.

Thank you,
Mike O'Shaughnessy
TRILOGIC
978-658-3800 x163
Fax: 978 657-5927
mike@trilogic.com
http://www.trilogic.com

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Mark Dowgiert
> Sent: Wednesday, February 09, 2000 12:02 PM
> To: Michael O'Shaughnessy
> Subject: FW: [SI-LIST] : Training Suggestions Wanted
>
> Read what Laurence has to say...FYI
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Laurence Michaels [mailto:lmichael@techmail.gdc.com]
> <mailto:[mailto:lmichael@techmail.gdc.com]>
> Sent: Tuesday, February 08, 2000 1:19 PM
> To: si-list@silab.eng.sun.com
> Subject: Re: [SI-LIST] : Training Suggestions Wanted
>
> "Mayer, Mike" wrote:
> [snip request for training info]
> > Since I'm spending a large part of my time actually using the tools, I
> > will need to take advantage of available seminars. However, although I
> > have been successful in finding seminars for the general SI concepts
> > (like Howard Johnson's), I haven't found any that cover some of the
> > modeling issues. Has anyone seen a seminar on something like "I/O
> > buffer modeling with SPICE and IBIS"?
>
> I'm not sure about location/availability, but I think trilogic.com used to
> offer a more specific "I/O buffer modeling with Quad/XTK" class.
> It was OK. I'd love to have a seminar to point some of the semiconductor
> vendors at, that slanted towards how to reveal the useful information that
> SI simulation and engineering requires, without giving up whatever that
> company considers "proprietary".
> Quad (aka Viewlogic) has some pointers on their site, and offers
> consulting and training help.
> I'm sure the other tool vendors have similar pointers. Finding
> inexpensive, but still good, training seminars seems to be an art I
> haven't mastered yet. Better, cheaper, faster, choose any two.
> Regards,
> --
> Laurence Michaels
> New plural of the day: mongoose => polygoose.
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