Mixed-Signal Circuit Analysis with MATLAB
The design and verification of mixed-signal integrated circuits are becoming increasingly more complicated, due to the high complexity of integrated functionality and algorithms. Circuit designers often face the dauting task of processing large sets of simulation or measurement data to extract failures and debug problems. The size of these problems has become so large that analyzing a mixed-signal system is like searching for a needle in a haystack.
Mixed-Signal systems designers need efficient tools to analyze performance in the time and frequency domain. For example, designers need to accurately measure phase noise, timing information, as well as integral and differential non-linearity for data converters.
In this presentation, you will learn how MATLAB can be used to process circuit simulation and measurement data using built-in functions that combine ease of use with fast and accurate results. Without becoming a software programmer, you will see how MATLAB can speed up the analysis of large simulation data sets, and automatically create reports capturing the performance of your system.
- Mixed-Signal Analyzer app to interactively inspect circuit simulation data
- Built-in analysis functions for measuring analog impairments
- Integration with Cadence Virtuoso ADE-Assembler
- Automatic report generation
About the Presenter
Andy Zambell is a Sr. Product Marketing Engineer at MathWorks. He started his career as a high school physics teacher and after teaching for three years, he changed careers to become a Signal Integrity Engineer. He was a Signal Integrity Engineer at FCI USA LLC and Amphenol for a decade where he specialized in the new product development and customer support of high-speed backplane connectors. He also was involved in the development of industry standards such as SAS-3, IEEE 802.3bj, IEEE 802.3bs, IEEE 802.3by as well as several Optical Internetworking Forum Common Electrical I/O standards.
Recorded: 23 Sep 2021
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