Tag: DDR5

How to Build AMI Models for DDR5 Memory Interfaces

Simulation + Design

How to Build AMI Models for DDR5 Memory Interfaces

Anna McCowan 2021.06.03

Traditionally, double data rate (DDR) technologies have relied on timing measurements, such as setup and hold times. As the standard evolves and the transfer rate increases, signal integrity becomes a

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#PathWave #Design Software #DDR5

What’s Next for PathWave Memory Designer?

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What’s Next for PathWave Memory Designer?

Anna McCowan 2021.05.13

From cloud computing to autonomous vehicles, the demand for faster memory interfaces is accelerating. With transfer rates up to 6.4 Gbps, the latest standard for double data rate (DDR) memory meets th

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#PathWave #DDR5

DDR Tools Solutions - Pick the right one for the job!

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DDR Tools Solutions - Pick the right one for the job!

Marc Clement 2020.06.22

Overview When you build a home, you use multiple different types of tools. Some tools are used for roughing, while other tools are used for precision work, such as installing molding. Even more precis

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#DDR5 #Logic Analyzers #BERT #Oscilloscope Apps #Oscilloscopes

What is DDR5?

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What is DDR5?

Nicole Faubert 2020.04.30

Each new generation of the DDR synchronous dynamic random access memory (SDRAM) standard delivers significant improvements over the previous generation including increased speeds, reduced footprint, a

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#Data Center Infrastructure #400GE #DDR5

A Guiding Compass for Memory Designers Navigating the Uncharted Territory of DDR5

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A Guiding Compass for Memory Designers Navigating the Uncharted Territory of DDR5

Renee Morad 2020.02.27

As high-speed digital standards evolve to keep up with the latest technologies, from 5G and Internet of Things (IoT) to artificial intelligence and autonomous vehicles, hardware engineers working in m

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#PathWave #DDR5

DDR5/LPDDR5 Signals Can Be a Real Challenge to Measure

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DDR5/LPDDR5 Signals Can Be a Real Challenge to Measure

Marc Clement 2020.01.14

Overview Today’s mobile and computer bus technologies are driving the need for higher speed. Memory buses such as LPDDR5 / DDR5 use on-die termination (ODT) modes, which eliminates the need for extern

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#Oscilloscopes #DDR5 #BERT