+92 42 35873935

  info@gespk.com

Signal Integrity / Simulation

Signal integrity analysis and signal integrity simulation can avoid expensive design re-spins and lengthy time-to-market. Global Engineering Services (GES) performs electronic circuit analysis and ensures effective solution results.

Signal integrity analysis is increasingly important for all types of electronic designs. The placement of chips, wires, and passive components can have a significant impact on the reliability of a product. GES offers signal integrity analysis and signal integrity simulation to circumvent many of the problems which arise unexpectedly with high-speed interconnect. Signal integrity and power integrity analysis can detect problems early in the project design cycle, and thus avoid unexpected design re-spins, thus resulting in shorter time-to-market.

Signal and power integrity analysis is a highly complex process with a substantial learning curve. GES's team has the experience and expertise to produce accurate results in a timely fashion. GES can provide assistance with the PCB stack-up definition, as well as execute analyses to prevent crosstalk and reflection issues. Other services include IBIS model generation, performing timing margin analysis reports, and carrying out power integrity analysis to improve and optimize power decoupling and power distribution. GES can also verify the expected behavior and standards conformance of models obtained by suppliers.

For GES's clients, the outcome of advanced signal integrity analysis is a worry-free product design cycle. Having an expert that specializes solely in the PCB stack-up definition, for instance, ensures the most effective design, and may reduce costs.

Power/Signal Integrity Analysis/Signal Integrity Simulation Services GES's power integrity analysis and power integrity simulation services act to:

•   Verify and improve power supply quality
•   Reduce noise propagation to signals
•   Ensure positive timing margins over a product's lifetime
•   Ensure effective power distribution and power supply decoupling
•   Reduce development time and development cost
•   Reduce product cost