Hello all, i was looking the data sheets Comparision of SI210 230 AND 610 CAN ANY ONE TELL ME WHAT THE BELLOW FEARUEWS MEANS 1) BATCH SIMULATION 2) DIFFERENCIAL SIGNAL CONSTRAINST CAPTURE 3) COUPLED LINE SIMULATION 4) CROSSTALK SIMULATION ( WHICH NOT THERE IN 210 AND PRESENT IN 230) PLS REPLY FOR THIS IT IS IMPORTANT FOR ME. ALLEN
The information you seek is available on the Cadence web site (cadence.com), here is a couple links: (Allegro PCB SI Main Page) http://www.cadence.com/products/si_pk_bd/pcb_si/index.aspx (Allegro PCB SI Datasheet) http://www.cadence.com/datasheets/allegro_pcb_si230_ds.pdf You will find a comparison table on the last page of the PDF.
Yes thank you but from that datasheet comparision i am not able to understand this feature... if any one what this feature is...? allen
Allen, Your question is really outside the scope of this forum. Please direct this question to a Cadence sales representative or your local VAR. They will be able to answer all of your questions about these features and the comparisons.
Allen: The biggest difference between 230 and 610 is that 210 lacks the autorouter and you won't get real time "red" or "green" flags if you are manually routing and you violate or meet constraints. 230 is fine for most pre- and post- layout analysis work. 210 is a subset of 230 which does not let you define constraints for board files. It is good for exploratory work but not really useful in the full design flow. You should probably start with 230 if you want to see how the tool can fit into your Allegro design flow.