Nitin Bhagwath sat with us at DesignCon 2019 to discuss Mentor Graphics and HyperLynx.
0:08 What was your DesignCon paper about?
3:57 Can you tell us more about HyperLynx in this scenario?
4:46 What kind of information does HyperLynx need to effectively run?
5:41 There’s no change from simulation to reality?
6:33 What are the assumptions that HyperLynx makes?
8:30 How do you handle surface roughness?
9:45 What area of HyperLynx do you focus on?
9:59 Are DDR-5 and DDR-6 groundbreakingly different from DDR-3 and DDR-4?
11:50 Can you discuss equalization?
12:30 What is the degradation in the channel?
13:03 So the PCB is the channel?
14:15 What advice would you give to people venturing in DDR-5?
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