The electrical characteristics of an interconnection system, which include impedance, insertion loss, and return loss, can greatly affect its performance as the signal speed increases. The objective of this research was to understand the discrepancy between the computer-aided analysis and measurement results of an interconnection system, so that a more accurate prediction of the electrical characteristics of this system can be made during the design phase. It was discovered that in both the time and frequency domain the computer-aided analysis results were consistent with the measurement results. Given these conclusions the simulation model was modified to improve the impedance mismatch within the interconnection system. It was found that by properly designing the antipad, the impedance mismatch can be greatly reduced.