How to Deliver Optimal Communication Links with System Level Timing Analysis 

The devices that keep us connected and protected are becoming faster and more complicated as the scope and level of capabilities for these products increases. Circuit and system timing is a critical component in the design process when bringing these devices to life. Often these devices have multiple parts that must work together without fault. When it comes to analyzing timing for your design, "good enough" is not enough, especially in mission critical system applications such as automotive, medical, and aerospace.

Join us to learn how to meet modern timing challenges with confidence avoiding multiple design iterations or field failures due to timing issues. We will address managing critical timing paths across the entire communication delay chain including system, PCB board, and FPGA/IC.

What you will learn:

  • Overview of the importance and challenges of meeting timing for modern interfaces
  • How to define and manage timing from system requirements all the way through implementation and sign-off using a common system architecture and data model
  • Real-world examples showing how to achieve first pass timing closure for critical interfaces in Automotive, Medical, Mil/Aero, and Networking applications
  • Why graphical representation is a must for managing and analyzing complex delay chains and constraint generation from resulting margin analysis
  • What to do with information derived from timing simulations
  • How TimingDesigner provides a multi-fabric graphical timing analysis solution for first pass design success and how to incorporate signal integrity and power integrity analysis for sign-off level system margin analysis

Who Should Attend:

  • Electrical Engineers
  • Design Engineers
  • Systems Engineers
  • FPGA Engineers
  • Test Engineers
  • Research and Development
  • Mechatronics Engineers
  • Manufacturing Process Engineers
How To Deliver Optimal Communication Links with System Level Timing Analysis
April 22nd, 2021 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM ET

About your Presenter

Jerry Long

Jerry Long is a Senior Applications Engineer for EMA Design Automation. With a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of Texas at Austin, he provides high-end customer support for several Cadence products, and has been involved in several product lines involving verification, simulation, and timing analysis.

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