From: Lawrence Mirabal (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Apr 05 2000 - 14:17:01 PDT
Our company, High Speed Design, Inc. provides SI testing and verification with Mentor's Interconnectix tools. They are very pricey to purchase (~$90K for starters) but using an outside resource to do
you simulation/verification may be a viable option for you. You mention that you don't have much financial resources which may negate this as an option for you but depending if you have just a few
critical circuits that need to be verified you could probably get your results in a fraction of what you would spend in purchasing a SI tool and the learning curve to use it. I'd be happy to talk with
you about your situation if you would like to give me a call.
High Speed Design, Inc.
"Jeffrey J. Cook" wrote:
> I'm a senior computer engineering student interested in making a 66/100Mhz
> board that would be utilizing GTL+ and LVTTL signals. What I really need
> at this point is advice on SI testing and verification of layout. Since I'm a
> student, I have no real financial resources, but do have access to different
> flavors of PSPICE, Cadence Specctra and most of the Cadence suite, along
> with many Mentor Graphics tools. Any suggestions on the best place to
> start? Also, I have the book 'High Speed Digital Design, A Handbook of
> Black Magic' which seems to be helpful in real-world PCB issues.
> Jeffrey J. Cook
> University of Illinois Computer Engineering Student
> "Sometimes the easiest way to get something done is to be a little na´ve
> about it -- and just ship it."
> Bill Joy, Sun Microsystems - Jini Engineer
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