I saw a similar question in the past.
About question 3,
>It seems "I(typ)" is data at 1.8V and "I(min)" is data at 1.71V.
>But can we use them for 3.3V input at simulation?
>(Do we have any problem when 3.3V signal inputs to them at simulation?) Do we have to use them for 1.8V input?
the answer was
>#2: The inputs are designed for 3.3V meet the specifications listed in the hardware users guide.
>You should not have problems with them at 3.3V in the simulations as long as you specify your load correctly.
So, I am trying to use this IBIS model with 3.3V.
The voltage range of the signal source which I am going to use is ...
[Voltage Range] 3.3 3.3 3.6
On the other hand ,the ADV7511W's voltage range of the signal is ...
[Voltage Range] 1.8 1.71 3.6
My quiestion is when I am going to use this simulation model with 3.3V,
may the result reproduce exact waveform?
I recognize it if I do not match Voltage Range with a range of the signal source ,
I may not reproduce a precise signal even if I was able to simulate it.
Is my interpretation wrong?