Signal & Power Integrity Updates in Ansys 2021 R1

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Aleksandr Gafarov, Electronics Application Engineer - PADT

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The use of Ansys Electronics solutions minimizes the testing costs, ensures regulatory compliance, improves reliability and drastically reduces your product development time. All this while helping you build the best-in-class and cutting-edge products. With signal and power integrity (SI & PI) analysis products, users can mitigate many electrical and thermal issues affecting printed circuit boards such as electromagnetic interference, crosstalk, overheating, etc. Ansys integrated electromagnetics and circuit simulation tools are essential for designing high-speed serial channels, parallel buses, and complete power delivery systems found in modern high-speed electronic devices. Leverage the simulation capability from Ansys to solve the most critical aspects of your designs. Join PADT's Electronics expert and application engineer Aleksandr Gafarov for a detailed look at what is new for SI & PI in Ansys 2021 R1, including updates available within the following tools: • SIwave - Granta support & differential time domain crosstalk • Q3D - Uniform current terminals • Circuits - Network data explorer & SPISim • HFSS 3D - Parallel meshing, encrypted 3D components & IC workflow improvements • Electronics Desktop - Ansys cloud, Minerva & optiSLang integration • And much more

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