From: Bo (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Dec 04 2000 - 18:20:20 PST
The closest I have seen to what you are looking for is a collection of online
tools hosted by ChipCenter:
You'll find three interesting ones that migh help you (and bunch more worth
1) Intro to transmission lines:
2) Differential Transmission Lines
3) What is cross-talk and why should you care about it?
They are worth checking out. If you don't mind could you provide us with more
information like: Is your clock differential? What range of frequencies and
edge rates we are talking about in this case? Maybe someone will be able to
point out to you where to find exact thing you are looking for.
p.s. There is also a link to signal integrity tools on the same page, but I
haven't had a time check the other ones. Here is the link:
--- "Drury, David" <DDrury@AstralPoint.com> wrote:
> Hello All,
> Anyone point me towards a free 'simple' simulation vehicle - deifne loads,
> drivers, line characteristics i.e. line length, Zo, etc...
> I just want to do some 'quickie' sims on a few clock trees (checking
> terminations and the like)...
> ...looking for ringing and over/under shoot
> Matlab and/or MathCad sims are also OK.
> Dave Drury
> (978) 367-6339
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