June 3, 2022 at 1:43 pmWatch & LearnParticipant
“This video introduces the ANSYS RedHawk Graphical User Interface (GUI) to help you effectively use the tool to identify and uncover design issues while performing a static voltage drop (IR) analysis. This video highlights basic features, such as debug and root causing static voltage (IR) drop issues to identify problems such as weakly connected power grid regions due to missing pads, missing vias, long metal routes, etc.
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- ANSYS Totem: Introduction to the Graphical User Interface
- ANSYS Totem: Debugging IR Drop issues
- ANSYS Totem: Debugging Power EM Issues
- ANSYS RedHawk: Debugging Static IR Drop
- ANSYS RedHawk: Best Practices for using RedHawk Graphical User Interface
- ANSYS RedHawk: Debugging Dynamic Voltage Drop (DvD) Hotspots
- ANSYS RedHawk: Performing Data Integrity Checks
- ANSYS Totem: GDS Based Early Analysis
- ANSYS Totem: Debugging Signal EM Issues