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AWR Press Release - February 18, 2010

AWR White Paper Explains Grounding Concepts in EM Simulators


Click to visit the Applied Wave Research websiteAWR - EM Quasistatic ModelsFebruary 18, 2010 - The Story: One of the most misunderstood concepts with electromagnetic (EM) and circuit simulators and their results is how “ground” is defined and used within them., AWR White PaperThis white paper, written by EM expert Dr. John Dunn, demonstrates the importance of correctly selecting and assigning “ground” within EM simulators and how it is essential for successfully predicting the performance of board, package, and their associated interconnects. Specific examples at the board, package, and chip level are discussed as well as tips that can be used at the circuit level to aid ground studies.

The white paper is available at www.awrcorp.com\axiem and is attached to this media alert.


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