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DesignCon Returns to Celebrate Engineers and Innovation

DesignCon, the premier high-speed communications and system design conference, returns to its home at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, Calif., with technical paper sessions, tutorials, industry panels, product demos, and exhibits, January 30 to February 1, 2024. Group Event Director Suzanne Deffree reflects on the resources, networking, and innovation that DesignCon 2024 will bring.


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VRM Modeling and Stability Analysis for the Power Integrity Engineer

DesignCon 2023 Paper

This paper addresses the challenge of how to simulate the power integrity ecosystem and include the feedback loop and switching noise of a switch mode power supply (SMPS) without waiting days for the simulation results. The solution presented here uses control loop theory state space equations to create a behavioral model of an SMPS that allows for fast simulation.


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Executive Q&A: Larry Williams, ANSYS

SIJ had the opportunity to engage with Larry Williams, ANSYS director of technology, to find out his thoughts on how modeling and simulation needs have changed, how the industry has responded, and what’s next. At ANSYS, Larry Williams is responsible for the strategic direction of the company’s physics simulation products.


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Coming Up: Easier Signal Integrity Simulation Setup with IBIS 7.0

There was a time when the signal integrity of connections between digital ICs could be nearly ensured by following one simple rule: don’t connect more than some maximum number of input pins to any single output pin. Often the fanout limit would be around 7. No models, no simulations. Everything we needed was in the thick books of vendor datasheets that filled our shelves, the tree-killing viral precursor to AOL installation CDs. Ah, those were the days!


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