The Cadence Sigrity™ solutions for power integrity (PI) and signal integrity (SI) analysis offer integrated design and analysis with Cadence Allegro PCB design technology. The demos show how to design and verify automotive Ethernet serial links using the Sigrity serial link analysis methodology, as well as an automated methodology for Ethernet compliance testing.
Sigrity Ethernet Compliance testing
Implement automotive Ethernet networks and analyze the ECU-to-ECU communication performance via the physical Ethernet channel with Cadence Sigrity™ SystemSI™ technology for automated chip-to-chip signal integrity analysis. By applying Automotive Ethernet compliance checks for 100Base-T1 and 1000Base-T1 PHY before sending it off to the lab you can test automotive Ethernet modules before building a prototype - saving by this significant time and money.
The demo shows how to design and verify automotive Ethernet serial links using the Sigrity™ serial link analysis methodology.
Sigrity ESD simulation for Electronic Control Unit (ECU)
Sigrity SPEED2000 is used to simulate an ESD event on a printed circuit board using an ESD gun model. Learn how passive components such as transient-voltage-suppression (TVS) diodes can protect your design from an ESD event without overdesigning the protection scheme. By utilizing the ESD simulation workflow early in the design cycle, the cost-effective prototype can be sent to the lab with confidence and helps avoiding time consuming lab debug and re-design because of unveiled ESD issues.
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