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    Crosstalks simulation tools ?

    Hi everybody ,

    Can somebody tell me which is the best tool to simulate crosstalks between on-chip interconnect's wires ?

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    Crosstalks simulation tools ?

    You can use CST or Ansoft SIwave, ADS EMDS



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    Re: Crosstalks simulation tools ?

    Thanks kspalla,

    But aren't they for off chip interconnects (PCB) ?



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    Re: Crosstalks simulation tools ?

    in SIWave you can simulate the PKG of a chip, you can use also HFSS and Q3D from Ansoft. if you go for any of these directions, you should use the Ansoft Links tool to import your bondwires/solderballs/layout/etc. For higher freq you should use HFSS, if your structure is electrically short (lambda/10 rule) you can use Q3D, both tools are 3D Field Solvers. SIWave is a 2.5D solver, it aproximates the 3D sections, and but it solves very good the 2D parts. hope this helps :)



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