July 4, 2022 at 7:00 amWatch & LearnParticipant
This video shows how to create ANSYS Neutral File (.anf format) and the Component file (.cmp format) using ALinks for EDA from a .brd file in Cadence Allegro PCB Editor. The .anf and .cmp files are then imported into ANSYS SIwave and ANSYS HFSS 3D Layout. Finally, the layer stackups are compared to verify that the ECAD geometries are translated accurately. ANSYS Electronics software is the premier, integrated solution for electromagnetic field, circuit, systems and multiphysics simulation and analysis.
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- ANSYS HFSS: Creating 3D Components
- Installing ANSYS ECAD Integrations for 3rd Party Layout Tools – ECAD Part II
- ANSYS SIwave: Electrothermal Analyses of a PCB – Part I
- Importing Allegro, APD, SiP into Icepak via ODB++
- ANSYS HFSS: 3D Layout Model from a Cadence Board File
- ANSYS SIwave: Electrothermal Analyses of a PCB – Part II
- ANSYS SIwave: Electrothermal Analyses of a PCB – Part VI (Mechanical Reliability)
- ANSYS HFSS: Mitigating RF Desense — Part 6
- Translate MCM files for ANSYS SIwave & HFSS 3D Layout – ECAD Part V