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Friday Fun: Adopting New Low-power Design Techniques

Comments(0)Filed under: Incisive, low power design, The Next Generation, Conformal Low Power, friday fun, design, logic

 This week's episode has the Dante Semi team employing some new low power design techniques, and using Conformal Low Power to verify their implementation of them.  You will also see how the verification team uses low power simulation with Incisive to functionally verify the behavior.  It's all going great until an unwelcome visitor from their past tries to rain on their parade...   Enjoy!

 

 

Jack Erickson

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