Morgan Hill, California - December 2, 2002. OEA International, Inc. is sponsoring a FREE technical seminar focused on RF Passive Components and On-chip Critical Net Design and Analysis. This seminar will introduce you to major extraction issues that directly impact the quality of your critical net and passive component design. It is vitally important that designers understand these issues to make better design tradeoff decisions and achieve design closure with the highest level of confidence.
During this intensive one-day seminar, you will learn more about:
- Designing the Right Inductor or Balun for Your Design
- Accurate Clock Skew Prediction
- Interconnect Modeling with Inductance
- Simple but Highly Accurate Substrate Models
- Incremental Extraction of Critical Paths
- Ground Bounce and Switching Noise Prediction
- Low Power Design and Optimizing Power and Ground Distribution
SEMINAR LOCATION AND DIRECTIONS
About OEA International
OEA International, Inc. was formed in 1988 to address demanding IC extraction problems. The company has secured the extraction accuracy leadership role by working closely with major IC and system companies using the most modern process technologies available. Through these relationships, the company has applied it 3D extraction expertise to provide a family of critical net design tools, signal integrity analysis tools, and RF component design tools.
High-speed digital designers employing clocks speeds ranging from 300Mhz to several GHz benefit from the company's NET-AN(tm) product's full 3D RCL extraction. RF/analog designers use RF-PASS(tm), a passive component analysis tool to ensure the most accurate values for on-chip resistors, capacitors, transformers and baluns. SPIRAL(tm), a spiral inductor synthesis tool automatically delivers a complete physical layout and models for high-Q on-chip inductors. P-PLAN and P-GRID enable power grid planning and accurate power network IR-drop, electro migration, and current density analysis for custom and cell-based designs. For additional information call (408) 778-6747, or visit OEA online at www.oea.com