avionics

February 25, 2015
Pranav Ashar

DO-254 without tears

Compliance with aviation’s hardware design standard is seen as a ‘tough ask’, but EDA’s own evolution has made that process easier than you may think.
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April 10, 2012

Using assertions in ‘elemental analysis’ for airborne hardware development – Part Two

The article continues the discussion of the verification requirements within the RTCA DO-254 design assurance guidelines. Part Two focuses on assertion-based verification. It proposes a method for using ABV to meet 'elemental analysis' requirements and underpin a systematic approach to robustness testing.
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February 28, 2012

Using assertions in ‘elemental analysis’ for airborne hardware development – Part One

This two-part article discusses the verification requirements of the RTCA DO-254 design assurance guidelines, including advanced methods for use on class DAL A/B designs. The first part provides a general overview. It also explains the original intent behind the concept of 'elemental analysis', how it is typically satisfied today with code coverage, and the limitations [...]
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