Behind the drivers for memory BIST innovation in areas such as power-on self-test, destructive and non-destructive techniques, and faster memory repair.
Although FastSPICE simulators are in almost every design flow, requirements are moving beyond the capabilities they can provide. Parallel processing provides a solution.
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.
A look at what it takes to verify low-power SoC designs, including setting objectives and measuring outcomes in a UPF-driven verification strategy
In-circuit emulation is attractive but brings with it debug-visibility issues. There are ways to restructure the environment to make bug hunting much more deterministic.
The wearables market is booming. Successful development depends on assembling the right software and hardware tools. Here's a primer on what to look for.
A look at some of the quality and safety requirements that must be met when developing and applying semiconductor IP to the automotive sector.
The introduction of bigger FPGAs enables more complex prototypes - but makes debugging more of a challenge. Here's one way to address the issue.
What hardware designers can learn from software verification techniques such as agile, behaviour-driven development, code coverage and zero known defect strategies
Considering design style, assertions, engines and coverage can help ease the development of an effective formal verification test plan
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