In-design DRC is a technique that frees up engineers from many of the challenges of delivering AMS design under ever more complex design rules.
Ashish Darbari concludes his series on the need for new verification strategies by considering Debug and Signoff & Review.
Techniques previously unavailable during ICE or testbench acceleration can now greatly speed emulation debug in those modes.
Verification IP can help verify that memory-controller implementations meet standards; test an implementation against specific memories; and drive traffic for SoC verification and power analysis. Here's how to choose it.
Emulation performance is a key metric in verification. But it is far from being the only consideration. How long it takes to get a design onto a verification platform and aspects such as debug are as important. These factors will control how verification platforms are deployed during a project's life cycle.
The introduction of bigger FPGAs enables more complex prototypes - but makes debugging more of a challenge. Here's one way to address the issue.
Need to convince your FD of emulation’s growing ROI and the need to invest? Click here and ‘Forward’
A look at a tool and a flow that makes it easier to put designs on to a HAPS physical prototyping system for verification, debug and software development purposes
ProtoCompiler understands HAPS FPGA prototyping hardware, so it can optimize logic placement and partitioning, even on designs with up to 250m ASIC gates.
Find how to spot some of the most common false clock-domain crossing (CDC) violations and how to efficiently find actual CDC problems that could kill a design if not corrected.
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