A. Meeting Overview
B. Circuit Simulation
C. Failure Analysis,
D. Test Synthesis/Sequencing
Session may extend past deadline
for additional questions.
9:30 - 9:45 PM
9:45 - 10:40
10:40 - 11:00
11:00 - 11:30
11:30 - 12:00
The speaker will be available
for as long as needed.
- Introduction to Intusoft, What
Makes Intusoft Different.
- ICAP/4Windows overview including
description of the schematic entry tool, cross-probing features,
waveform analysis tool, and parameter sweeping, plus an in-depth
look at the IsSpice4 analog and mixed-signal simulator.
- What Does Test Designer Do?
Discussion of the FMEA, Failure analysis, and test program set
generation features of Test Designer.
- A example simulation highlighting
key features will be performed.
- Discussion of various simulation
related topics such as: SPICE Modeling, Modeling of Mechatronic
systems (New Mechatronics-SPICE Library), AHDL Modeling, and
contents of the ICAP/4 libraries.
- Discussions of What Makes Intusoft
Different from Competitors.
- Description of the schematic
database including SPICE attributes, Monte Carlo tolerances,
and how part failure modes are entered and characterized.
- Description of how to enter
a schematic that corresponds to various hardware test setups/fixtures.
- Description of the Design Verification
and Design Tracking features including automated testing and
measurement comparison across multiple simulations.
- Description of how a test is
setup and test limits are set (Test Synthesis).
- Description of how manual and
automated failure analysis is performed.
- Description of how the fault
analysis dictionary is created and viewed.
- Description of how a Fault Tree
is generated (Test Sequencing) and tests are ordered.
- Description of the various reports
(ATE independent code, fault dictionary, etc.) produced.
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