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About the Channel Analysis Tool...
Typical Channel Characteristics and Displays...

1. Define Analysis Name

Description Entry Value(s) Status Comment
Analysis name Alpha-numeric characters or underbar - case sensitive - start with alpha character

2. Define Channel xxx - model is linear and time invariant (LTI).

Name Description Entry Value(s) Status Type Limits Comment Action
ChannelType Channel specification type Integer [ 0, 3]

0 = None
1 = Channel implulse data
2 = Channel S-parameter data
3 = Tx IBIS buffer + Tx pkg + channel + Rx pkg + Rx IBIS buffer

3. Setup Analysis - Uses Statistical analysis mode.

Name Description Entry Value(s) Status Type Limits Comment Action
BitRate Bit rate Real > 0 Bits per second
SamplesPerBit Samples per bit Integer [4, 128]
SetupOptions Setup analysis options Integer [0, 1]

0 = No
1 = Yes

TransmitterType Transmitter type Integer [0]

No Transmitter used

ReceiverFEType Receiver front end type Integer [0]

No Receiver Front End used

ReceiverCDRDFEType Receiver CDR/DFE type Integer [0]

No Receiver CDR/DFE used

4. Run Analysis

Select to run analysis Waiting to run

5. Display Results

Display Action
Analysis log file
1. Channel spectrum magnitude
2. Channel spectrum phase
3. Channel data impulse response
4. Corrected channel impulse response
5. Channel worst/best case eye contours
6. Channel amplitude bathtub BER
7. Channel waveform

6. Download Channel Data Files

Item Action
Total channel causal impulse file
Download
Differential channel band limited 4 Port S-Parameter file (feature not available at this time)
Download
Differential channel causal 4 Port S-Parameter file (feature not available at this time)
Download
Use the View S-Parameters Tool to view S-Parameters defined in a file...
Use the Compare S-Parameters Tool to compare the S-Parameters from two files...
Use the Causal S-parameters Tool to generate causal S-parameters for a given S-parameters file...