Visualize and Interpret Parallel Link Project Analysis Results
Using the Parallel Link Designer app, you can analyze the results of network characterization and statistical and time domain analysis. The app reports various metrics and visualizations including the eye diagrams, bathtubs, and contours to provide insight into your design. You can also perform waveform and timing analysis.
You can also use data mining and advanced visualization techniques to narrow down the large simulation data to focus on the area of your interest.
Network, Statistical, and Time-Domain Analysis
- Network Characterization Results
Table of data and waveforms to view in the Network tab after performing network characterization.
- Statistical Analysis Results
Table of data and waveforms to view in the Statistical tab after performing statistical analysis.
- Time Domain Analysis Results
Table of data and waveforms to view in the time domain tab after performing time domain analysis.
- Interpreting Waveform, Eye Diagram, and Timing Results
Waveform, eye diagram, and timing results interpretations in Parallel Link Designer.
- Eye Measurement and Reporting
Measure and report eye diagram metrics.
- Widebus Crosstalk Analysis
Pre-layout crosstalk analysis in the Parallel Link Designer app.
- Timing Analysis
Static timing analysis to compute setup and hold margins on synchronous and source-synchronous transfers.
- Timing Analysis Reports
Results of timing analysis.
- Clock Skew in Synchronous Interface Timing
Learn how calculate dynamic and user-defined clock skews in synchronous interfaces.
- Clock Skew in Source-Synchronous Interface Timing
Learn how calculate setup and hold margins in source-synchronous interfaces.
- Clock Delay Through Buffers and PLLs
Learn how to calculate clock delays through buffers and PLLs.
Data Mining and Advanced Visualization
- Managing Simulation Data and Results
Quickly and efficiently sort through the simulation data and results of the link design project.
- Advanced Visualization Using Signal Integrity Viewer
Plot frequency and time domain waveforms and results against single or multiple variables.