Assign SerDes Model to Connector

  1. In the Parts dialog, double-click 675031020.
    The Electrical & Thermal Properties dialog displays.


    Figure 1.
  2. Select Connector as a Functional Type.
  3. Select TO268 as a Package Type.
  4. Click Device Model Files.
    The Device Model Files dialog displays.


    Figure 2.
  5. Click Add.


    Figure 3.
  6. Click to search and select the IBIS file (C:\ProgramData\altair\PollEx\<version>\Examples\Solver\SI\Simulation_Model\test_ibis.ibs) for the receiver device (RX) and click Open to open this file and close this Explorer window.


    Figure 4.
  7. Click OK to close the Model Files dialog.
    The Device Model Files dialog displays.


    Figure 5.
  8. To close the Device Model Files dialog, click OK.
    When the IBIS file contains numbers of different pin count, the message like below is popped up. In this case, you click Yes.


    Figure 6.
  9. The Electrical & Thermal Properties dialog opens.

    The connector’s part properties are assigned automatically, as shown in the Electrical & Thermal Properties dialog.

    By selecting one of the tab menus among Signal Data, Driver/Receiver Model Data, Package Pin Parasitic Model Data, Attribute, and Package Length Parameter, detailed information displays.

    Please note that the signal name in the Signal Data tab is optional. If the user desires to write, they can fill in the Signal name. Below are some examples of Signal names for reference.


    Figure 7.
    This is the tab of the Driver/Receiver Model Data.


    Figure 8.
    This is the tab of the Package Pin Parasitic Model Data.


    Figure 9.
  10. Click OK to close the Electrical & Thermal Properties dialog.
    The Electrical icon appears.


    Figure 10.