PDN Analyzer — Subscription Renewal [15-004-WC]
Altium PDN Analyzer Subscription Renewal [15-004-WC].
Altium - PDN Analyzer, Subscription Renewal [15-004-WC]
Altium’s PDN Analyzer tool integrates directly with Altium Designer so you can easily troubleshoot and detect issues like insufficient or excessive copper, uncontrolled voltage drops, marginal voltage at critical power pins, copper islands or peninsulas and similar issues that may be present with the power system in your PCB design.
PDN refers to the power system on printed circuit boards for active circuits. This system includes all interconnections from the voltage regulator module and the metallization of pads and die on integrated circuits that are used to supply and return power current.
PDN Analyzer provides a money-saving, easy to set up and use, and powerful PCB PDN design analysis environment that can be leveraged during your entire board layout process. Intimate integration with Altium Designer allows PCB Designers to quickly determine whether or not the PDN topology meets all design requirements while facilitating corrections. With complete control over which nets and components to analyze, PDN Analyzer enables analyses that might otherwise be impossible.
- Visual Power Analysis:
Easily identify and resolve DC voltage and current density issues during your board layout process with no prior experience necessary.
- Unified Design & Analysis Environment:
Analyze - Modify - Analyze - Effortlessly merge your analysis and design workflows without any interruption.
- Simultaneous Multi-Network Simulation:
Calculate network and return path interactions that simple batch simulation won’t provide with true Voltage Regulator Models (VRMs).
- Configurable HTML reports:
Provide a record of your simulation work, including sortable tables with voltage and current margins, power consumption data, and custom screenshots.
- Product Reliability at a Lower Cost:
Ensure the correct performance of individual supplies within the design, in terms of standing voltage levels, voltage stability, and trace heating/damage without being excessive.
- Improved PCB Layout:
Apply design information to create the most effective use of board space and easily identify, locate, correct, and report problematic high current density areas and voltage drop issues.