From: Abe Riazi ([email protected])
Date: Sun Mar 19 2000 - 10:43:25 PST
I like to correct an error in a sentence of my earlier post.
I had intended to write:
"The fast, typical, and slow corners are also referred to as maximum,
nominal and minimum, or strong, typical and weak respectively"
But it had been expressed incorrectly.
From: Abe Riazi
Sent: Saturday, March 18, 2000 12:28 PM
To: '[email protected]'
Cc: Walt Otto; Ken Hempen
Subject: [SI-LIST] : Catching the Corners
> There are numerous PCB and modeling parameters frequently utilized as
>inputs to a SI simulator program. Associated with such parameters are
>tolerances representative of fabrication processing variations. The
>manner by which these PCB and modeling elements are varied and combined
constitutes an important topic.
> To verify a high speed design under all manufacturing situations, it
>is considered a necessity to perform as a minimum simulation of the
>following two worst case parametric corners:
>Fast corner: a combination of "fast" PCB with "fast" drivers/receivers.
>Slow corner: composed of "slow" PCB with "slow" drivers/receivers.
> Furthermore, simulation of the typical corner may be carried out for
>purpose of correlation with physical measurements.
> The fast, typical, and slow corners are also referred to as minimum,
>nominal and slow, or strong, typical and weak respectively.
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