From: Mayer, Mike (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Sep 18 2000 - 06:06:45 PDT
For board designs of moderate complexity it is best to have the hardware
design engineer do the SI analysis. SI is so much a part of the design that
I don't think it is possible to do it well if it is separated. SI affects
timing, trace topology, device selection, and many other things that are
part of what is traditionally considered hardware design. In the past, with
slower devices, a hardware design engineer could ignore SI effects when
looking at these issues, but it is not possible now. The SI software out
there is just another tool that hardware designers use to get the job done.
Mike Mayer Artesyn Communication Products, Inc
Senior Hardware Design Engineer Madison, WI
> -----Original Message-----
> From: rachild.chen [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Sunday, September 17, 2000 8:00 PM
> To: si-list
> Subject: [SI-LIST] : A interesting question
> Hi everyone,
> It is true that everyone think SI is the most important
> problem in HSSD here.We know SI should be considered in a
> full design flow(from system level design to manufacturing)
> and by every engineer(hardware engineer,SI engineer,Layout
> engineer,ASIC engineer,EMC/EMI engineer,System
> enginneer,manufacture engineer etc.).I have a interesting
> question.What is the every engineer's duty in SI and how to
> distribute the SI work?
> For example,the pre-layout analysis should be done by
> hardware engineer.
> Waiting for your answer.
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