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SiP System-in-Package Design and Simulation


SiP System-in-Package Design and Simulation

Mentor EE Flow Advanced Design Guide
1. Aufl.

von: Suny Li (Li Yang)

124,99 €

Verlag: Wiley
Format: EPUB
Veröffentl.: 14.07.2017
ISBN/EAN: 9781119046004
Sprache: englisch
Anzahl Seiten: 472

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An advanced reference documenting, in detail, every step of a real System-in-Package (SiP) design flow Written by an engineer at the leading edge of SiP design and implementation, this book demonstrates how to design SiPs using Mentor EE Flow. Key topics covered include wire bonding, die stacks, cavity, flip chip and RDL (redistribution layer), Embedded Passive, RF design, concurrent design, Xtreme design, 3D real-time DRC (design rule checking), and SiP manufacture.  Extensively illustrated throughout, System in Package Design and Simulation covers an array of issues of vital concern for SiP design and fabrication electronics engineers, as well as SiP users, including:   Cavity and sacked dies design FlipChip and RDL design Routing and coppering 3D Real-Time DRC check SiP simulation technology Mentor SiP Design and Simulation Platform Designed to function equally well as a reference, tutorial, and self-study, System in Package Design and Simulation is an indispensable working resource for every SiP designer, especially those who use Mentor design tools. 
About the author xiii Preface xv 1 SiP Design and Simulation Platform 1 1.1 From Package to SiP 1 1.2 The Development of Mentor SiP Design Technology 5 1.3 The Mentor SiP Design and Simulation Platform 6 1.3.1 SiP Platform Introduction 6 1.3.2 Schematic Input 8 1.3.3 Concurrent System Design 8 1.3.4 SiP Board Design 9 1.3.5 Signal Integrity and Power Integrity Simulation 13 1.3.6 Thermal Analysis 13 1.3.7 The Advantages of the Mentor SiP Design and Simulation Platform 14 1.4 The Introduction of the Finished Project 16 2 Introduction to Package 19 2.1 Definition and Function of Package 19 2.2 Development of Packaging Technology 20 2.3 SiP and Related Technologies 24 2.3.1 The Appearance of SiP Technology 24 2.3.2 SoC and SiP 25 2.3.3 SiP?]Related Technologies 26 2.4 The Development of the Package Market 31 2.5 Package Manufacturers 32 2.5.1 Traditional Package Manufacturers 32 2.5.2 New SiP Manufacturers in Different Areas 34 2.6 Bare Chip Suppliers 35 3 The SiP Production Process 37 3.1 BGA: The Mainstream SiP Package Form 37 3.2 The SiP Package Production Process 39 3.3 Three Key Elements of SiP 41 4 New Package Technologies 45 4.1 TSV (Through Silicon Via) Technology 45 4.1.1 TSV Introduction 45 4.1.2 TSV Technical Characteristics 46 4.1.3 TSV Application and Prospects 48 4.2 Integrated Passive Device (IPD) Technology 49 4.2.1 IPD Introduction 49 4.2.2 The Advantages of IPD 50 4.3 Package on Package (PoP) Technology 51 4.3.1 The Limitations of 3D SiP 51 4.3.2 The Application of PoP 52 4.3.3 The Emphasis in PoP Design 54 4.4 Apple A8 processor – an Example of a PoP Product 55 5 SiP Design and Simulation Flow 59 5.1 SiP Design and Simulation Flow 59 5.2 Design and Simulation Process in Mentor EE Flow 61 5.2.1 Library Creation 61 5.2.2 Schematic Design 62 5.2.3 Layout Design 63 5.2.4 Design Simulation 66 6 Central Library 67 6.1 The Structure of the Central Library 67 6.2 Introduction to the Dashboard 68 6.3 Schematic Symbol Creation 70 6.4 Bare Chip Cell Creation 76 6.4.1 Create Bare Chip Padstack 76 6.4.2 Create Bare Chip Cell 78 6.5 BGA Cell Creation 82 6.5.1 Create BGA Padstack 82 6.5.2 Create BGA Cell Manually 84 6.5.3 Create BGA Cell with Die Wizard 88 6.5.4 LP Wizard Professional Library Tool 89 6.6 Part Creation 90 6.7 Create Cell Via Part 92 7 Schematic Input 97 7.1 Netlist Input 97 7.2 Basic Schematic Input 99 7.2.1 Start DxDesigner 99 7.2.2 Create New Project 105 7.2.3 Schematic Design Check 110 7.2.4 Design Rules Setup 110 7.2.5 Package Design 112 7.2.6 Partlist Output 115 7.2.7 Chinese Input in Schematic 117 7.2.8 Enter Layout Environment 118 7.3 Schematic Input Based on DxDataBook 120 7.3.1 DxDataBook Introduction 120 7.3.2 DxDataBook Usage 121 7.3.3 Check and Update Component Properties 123 8 Multi-board Project Management and Concurrent Schematic Design 127 8.1 Multi-Board Project Management 127 8.1.1 SiP and PCB Collaborative Design 127 8.1.2 Multi-Board Project Design Flow 128 8.2 Concurrent Schematic Design 130 8.2.1 Concurrent Design Thinking 130 8.2.2 Operating Method for Concurrent Schematic Design 131 9 Layout Creation and Setting 137 9.1 Create Layout Template 137 9.1.1 Layout Template Definition 137 9.1.2 Create SiP Layout Template 137 9.2 Create Layout Project 146 9.2.1 Create New SiP Project 146 9.2.2 Enter Layout Design Environment 148 9.3 Layout-Related Setup and Operation 149 9.3.1 Introduction to Layout License Control 149 9.3.2 Mouse Handling 152 9.3.3 Three Kinds of Commonly used Operating Modes 153 9.3.4 Display Control 160 9.3.5 Editor Control 166 9.3.6 Setup Parameters 174 9.4 Substrate Layout 174 9.4.1 Component placement 174 9.4.2 Automatic Optimization of Net Connections 176 9.5 eDxD View 177 9.6 Input Chinese Characters in Layout 178 9.6.1 Manually Input Chinese Characters 178 9.6.2 Import Chinese Words from DXF File 179 10 Constraint Rules Management 183 10.1 CES – Constraint Editor System 183 10.2 Scheme 185 10.2.1 Create Scheme 185 10.2.2 Use Scheme in Layout 186 10.3 Define Layer Stackup and Parameters 187 10.4 Net Class 188 10.4.1 Create Net Class and Assign Nets to Net Class 188 10.4.2 Define Net Class Rules 188 10.5 Clearance Rules 190 10.5.1 Clearance Rule Creation and Setup 190 10.5.2 General Clearance Rules 192 10.5.3 Net Class to Net Class Clearance Rules 193 10.6 Constraint Class 194 10.6.1 Create Constraint Class and Assign Net to Constraint Class 194 10.6.2 Constraint Classes Classification 194 10.6.3 Edit Constraint Groups 198 10.7 Update CES Data with Layout 200 11 Wire Bond Design 201 11.1 Wire Bond Overview 201 11.2 Bond Wire Model 203 11.2.1 Bond Wire Model Creation 203 11.2.2 Bond Wire Properties 207 11.3 Wire Bond Toolbar 209 11.3.1 Add Bond Wire Manually 209 11.3.2 Move and Rotate Bond Pad 210 11.3.3 Wire Bond and Power Ring Generator 211 11.3.4 Wire Bond Rule Setting 213 11.3.5 Wire Model Editor 222 12 Cavity and Chip Stack Design 229 12.1 Cavity 229 12.1.1 Cavity Definition 229 12.1.2 Cavity Creation 230 12.1.3 Place Component into Cavity 231 12.1.4 Bonding in Cavity 234 12.1.5 Embedded Cavity Design and Embedding Chip into Substrate 236 12.2 Chip Stack 239 12.2.1 The Concept of Chip Stack 239 12.2.2 Chip Stack Creation 241 12.2.3 Stack Chips Side by Side 243 12.2.4 Adjust Relative Position of Chips in Stack 244 12.2.5 Chip Stack Bonding 244 13 Flip Chip and RDL Design 249 13.1 The Concept and Characteristics of Flip Chip 249 13.2 The RDL Concept 250 13.3 RDL Design 250 13.3.1 Create Bare Die and RDL Library 251 13.3.2 RDL Schematic Design 254 13.3.3 RDL Layout Design 254 13.4 Flip Chip Design 260 13.4.1 Flip Chip Schematic Design 261 13.4.2 Flip Chip Layout Design 262 14 Route and Plane 269 14.1 Routing 269 14.1.1 Introduction to Routing 269 14.1.2 Manual Route 269 14.1.3 Plow Modes 270 14.1.4 Gloss Modes 272 14.1.5 Fix and Lock 273 14.1.6 Layer Switching 273 14.1.7 Move Trace and Via 275 14.1.8 Circuit Copy 276 14.1.9 Semi?]Automatic Route 278 14.1.10 Auto Route 279 14.1.11 Route Differential Pairs 281 14.1.12 Length Control in Routing 284 14.2 Plane 291 14.2.1 Plane Definition 291 14.2.2 Plane Setting 291 14.2.3 Draw Plane Shape 296 14.2.4 Modify Plane Shape 298 14.2.5 Generate Negative Plane Data 300 14.2.6 Delete Plane Data 300 14.2.7 Verify Plane Data 301 15 Embedded Passives Design 303 15.1 The Development of Embedded Technology 303 15.1.1 Discrete Embedded Technology 303 15.1.2 Planar Embedded Technology 303 15.2 Process and Material for Embedded Passives 305 15.2.1 Embedding Processes 306 15.2.2 Embedding Materials 314 15.2.3 The Nonlinear Characteristics of Resistance Materials 318 15.3 Resistor and Capacitor Automatic Synthesis 319 15.3.1 Preparation for Automatic Synthesis 319 15.3.2 Resistor Automatic Synthesis 322 15.3.3 Capacitor Automatic Synthesis 325 16 RF Circuit Design 331 16.1 RF SiP Technology 331 16.2 Mentor RF Design Flow 332 16.3 RF Schematic Design 333 16.3.1 RF Shapes Library Configuration 333 16.3.2 RF Schematic Toolbar 334 16.3.3 RF Schematic Design 340 16.4 RF Parameter Transfer Between Schematic and Layout 342 16.5 RF Layout Design 344 16.5.1 RF Toolkit in Layout 345 16.5.2 Three Kinds of RF Unit 349 16.5.3 Add and Edit Meander 350 16.5.4 RF Control Window 353 16.5.5 Create Custom RF Shape 355 16.5.6 RF Via 355 16.5.7 RF Group 357 16.5.8 Other RF Edit Functions 359 16.6 Connect RF Simulation Tools and Transfer Data 363 16.6.1 Connect RF Simulation Tools 363 16.6.2 Layout RF Data Transmission 364 16.6.3 Schematic RF Data Transmission 365 17 Concurrent Layout Design 367 17.1 Concurrent Layout Design Technology – Xtreme 367 17.2 Xtreme Configuration 369 17.3 Start Xtreme Concurrent Design 371 17.4 Matters to Note in Xtreme 375 18 3D Real-time DRC 377 18.1 Wire Model Editor 3D Display and DRC 377 18.1.1 Wire Model Editor 3D display 377 18.1.2 Wire Model Editor 3D DRC 378 18.2 3D Viewer Display and DRC 380 18.2.1 3D Viewer Introduction 380 18.2.2 Real-Time Check in 3D Viewer 383 18.2.3 3D simulation of SiP Production Processing 384 18.2.4 Import 3D Mechanical Data 387 18.2.5 Real-time DRC in 3D Viewer 390 19 Design Review 395 19.1 Online DRC 395 19.2 Batch DRC 395 19.2.1 DRC Settings 396 19.2.2 Connectivity and Special Rules 399 19.2.3 Batch DRC Scheme 401 19.3 Review Hazards 401 19.4 Verify Design Library 403 20 Manufacturing Data Output 407 20.1 Drill and Gerber Data Output 407 20.1.1 Drill Data Output 407 20.1.2 Gerber Machine Format 411 20.1.3 Gerber Data Output 411 20.1.4 Import and Check Gerber Data 416 20.2 Other manufacturing data output 416 20.2.1 Component and Bond Wire Coordinate File Output 416 20.2.2 DXF File Export 420 20.2.3 Layout Design Status Output 420 20.2.4 BOM Output 421 21 SiP Simulation Technology 425 21.1 SiP Simulation Technology Overview 425 21.2 Signal Integrity Simulation 426 21.2.1 HyperLynx SI Simulation Tool Introduction 427 21.2.2 HyperLynx SI Simulation Example 430 21.3 Power Integrity Simulation 436 21.3.1 HyperLynx PI Simulation Tool Introduction 439 21.3.2 HyperLynx PI Simulation Example 441 21.4 Thermal Analysis 443 21.4.1 HyperLynx Thermal Introduction 447 21.4.2 HyperLynx Thermal Simulation Example 448 21.5 EMI/EMC analysis 457 21.5.1 HyperLynx DRC Introduction 457 21.5.2 HyperLynx DRC Example 459 21.6 Mixed-Signal Simulation Introduction 462 Postscript and thanks 467 Reference materials 469 Index 471
Mr. Suny Li (Li Yang) is a SiP/PCB Technical Specialist in China; he now works in AcconSys Technology Co. Ltd, (a Mentor Authorized Distributor for China). Suny has guided and consulted on dozens of SiP projects in China, accumulating plentiful experience in SiP design and simulation. Suny has 10 years' experience in and knowledge of Application Engineer for Mentor, especially in SiP/PCB design and simulation. Before this, Suny worked in the Chinese Academy of Science and SIEMENS for several years. He has more than seven years' experience in hardware design (HW system design, PCB layout, high–speed signal integrity, power integrity, EMI, etc.). In the course of his work, Suny has published papers and acquired four patents, and he continues with this work. Suny is a senior member of the Chinese Institute of Electronics (CIE) and a member of the IEEE. Suny graduated from Beijing University of Aeronautics & Astronautics (BUAA) in 2000, receiving Master's and Bachelor's degrees in Science and Technology of Aeronautics & Astronautics.
An advanced reference documenting, in detail, every step of a real System-in-Package (SiP) design flow Written by an engineer at the leading edge of SiP design and implementation, this book demonstrates how to design SiPs using Mentor EE Flow. Key topics covered include wire bonding, die stacks, cavity, flip chip and RDL (redistribution layer), Embedded Passive, RF design, concurrent design, Xtreme design, 3D real-time DRC (design rule checking), and SiP manufacture. Extensively illustrated throughout, System-in-Package Design and Simulation covers an array of issues of vital concern for SiP design and fabrication electronics engineers, as well as SiP users, including: Cavity and stacked dies design FlipChip and RDL design Routing and coppering 3D Real-Time DRC check SiP simulation technology Mentor SiP Design and Simulation Platform Designed to function equally well as a reference, tutorial, and self-study, System-in-Package Design and Simulation is an indispensable working resource for every SiP designer, especially those who use Mentor design tools.

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