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rathnaprasad
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kintex ultrascale ibis model

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Hi all

I got the approval and downloaded ultrascale IBIS model for GTH banks, when the vendor creating the Signal Integrity report for high speed data interfaces (PCIe and 10G). He is forwarding  an ERROR report file which I am unable to find the problem where it is. He is using HyperLynx 8.2.1 version. I am attaching error report file, Please give us the solution to solve this issue as soon as possible.

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jhua
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Registered: ‎06-01-2017

Hi @rathnaprasad 

What is the targeted simulation to be performed? Is it the IBIS-AMI channel simulation for the TX-RX link? In the error file, I see the MGTREFCLK IBIS file is used and not the TX/RX IBIS-AMI model.

The Kintex Ultrascale GTH IBIS-AMI model can be downloaded here. You will need to request for lounge access.

Also, check out this Hyperlynx testbench example in AR 71949 .

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jhua
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Registered: ‎06-01-2017

Hi @rathnaprasad 

What is the targeted simulation to be performed? Is it the IBIS-AMI channel simulation for the TX-RX link? In the error file, I see the MGTREFCLK IBIS file is used and not the TX/RX IBIS-AMI model.

The Kintex Ultrascale GTH IBIS-AMI model can be downloaded here. You will need to request for lounge access.

Also, check out this Hyperlynx testbench example in AR 71949 .

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