Part two of this feature describes three use-cases that exploit the VirtuaLAB technology in HDMI, PCIe and Ethernet designs.
This two-part article describes advantages when using a hardware emulation platform in virtual mode compared with in-circuit-emulation.
Portable Stimulus allows reuse along horizontal, vertical and technique axes, but you need to be aware of the strengths and weaknesses of each to get the greatest benefits.
Automated voltage-aware DRC addresses the reliability verification challenges in today’s high-voltage and multiple power domain applications.
Machine learning techniques help ensure the validity of Liberty Variation Format information for OCV analysis at lower process nodes.
The doctor was 'in' during last month's DVCon and here highlights some of the main issues in formal raised by delegates at the verification conference.
Application-specific processors can provide high performance for specialised tasks at low energy cost.
How to achieve efficient merging of data from formats such as OASIS, GDS, and OpenAccess to ensure timely verification through DRC runs.
UPF provides a useful way to describe the power-management strategies that should be applied to a design, but using it introduces a number of challenges during low-power debugging.
Virtual sequences are considered challenging to write and re-use. Learn how to overcome those issues with the new Portable Stimulus Standard in this DMA-based case study.
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