Signal & Power Integrity Updates in Ansys 2021 R1 – Webinar

The use of Ansys Electronics solutions minimizes the testing costs, ensures regulatory compliance, improves reliability and drastically reduces your product development time. All this while helping you build the best-in-class and cutting-edge products.

With signal and power integrity (SI & PI) analysis products, users can mitigate many electrical and thermal issues affecting printed circuit boards such as electromagnetic interference, crosstalk, overheating, etc. Ansys integrated electromagnetics and circuit simulation tools are essential for designing high-speed serial channels, parallel buses, and complete power delivery systems found in modern high-speed electronic devices.

Leverage the simulation capability from Ansys to solve the most critical aspects of your designs. Join PADT’s Electronics expert and application engineer Aleksandr Gafarov for a detailed look at what is new for SI & PI in Ansys 2021 R1, including updates available within the following tools:

• SIwave – Granta support & differential time domain crosstalk

• Q3D – Uniform current terminals

• Circuits – Network data explorer & SPISim

• HFSS 3D – Parallel meshing, encrypted 3D components & IC workflow improvements

• Electronics Desktop – Ansys cloud, Minerva & optiSLang integration

• And much more

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Windows Update KB4571756 Triggers Error 3221227010 for Ansys Electronics Products

On September 7, 2020 Microsoft released a Windows update KB4571756, which may cause the Ansys electronic products to fail with the Error:

3221227010 at ‘reg_ansysedt.exe’ and ‘reg_siwave.exe’ registration.

This is the error message, users would see if they right-mouse-click and run the following file as administrator:

C:\Program Files\AnsysEM\AnsysEM20.2\Win64\config\ConfigureThisMachine.exe

To resolve this issue, here are the steps we recommend users take:

  1. Revert the updates.
    1. If the issue is not resolved or something your IT won’t let you do, continue to the next steps.
  2. Set an environment variable that turns off the driver that is causing the error. 
    1. Use windows search and type “system environment” and click on “Edit the system environment variables”
    2. This opens the “System Properties” tool
    3. Go to the “Advanced” tab
    4. Click on “Environment Variables…” at the bottom
    5. In the System Variables window click on “New…”
    6. Create the following variable:

      Variable Value: 1
    7. Click OK 3 times to exit out of the tool and save your changes. 
  3. If the issue is still not resolved, there is one more step:
    1. Go to C:\Program Files\AnsysEM\AnsysEM20.2\Win64\config\
    2. Right-Mouse-Click on “ConfigureThisMachine.exe” and run as Admin. 

If these steps helped to resolve the issue, you will see the following info message when ‘ConfigureThisMachine.exe’ is run:

If this does not work, please contact your Ansys support provider.