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Whiteboard Wednesdays Blog

Whiteboard Wednesdays—Select the Right Performance for a 802.11ac/Advanced LTE AFE

In this week's Whiteboard Wednesdays video, Priyank Shukla removes the mystery behind choosing the right ADC in and Analog Front End for wireless (802.11ac and/or 3G/3G) communication systems....  Read More »
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Whiteboard Wednesdays - Formal VIP for 100% Accurate Designs

In this week's Whiteboard Wednesdays video, Tom Hackett discusses formal verification IP (VIP), how it supports formal analysis, and how design engineers can leverage formal VIP to ensure their designs are 100% correct....  Read More »
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Whiteboard Wednesdays—How to Verify SoCs Incorporating the M-PCIe Specification

In this week's Whiteboard Wednesdays video, Mukul Dawar provides an overview of the Mobile PCIe (M-PCIe™) specification. He explains how Cadence VIP for M-PCIe can help you verify your mobile SoC design....  Read More »
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Whiteboard Wednesdays - USB Controller Connectivity

In this week's Whiteboard Wednesdays, Jacek Duda continues his discussion about USB controllers. This time, the conversation focuses on High-Speed Interchip Connectivity (HSIC) and Super Speed Interchip Connectivity (SSIC) and how they improve connectivity...  Read More »
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Whiteboard Wednesdays - Verification Made Easy with Memory Models

In this week's Whiteboard Wednesdays, Tom Hackett explains memory models and their role in verifying memory interfaces in today's SoCs. He'll explain the differences between memory models and simulation VIP, and talk about how they can help...  Read More »
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Whiteboard Wednesdays - How to Support Higher Performance Multimedia Applications on Hosted Virtual Desktops

In this week's Whiteboard Wednesdays, Charles Qi continues his discussion on hosted virtual desktop applications, explaining how a growing number of users are increasing the demand for higher performance multimedia and user input processing....  Read More »
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Whiteboard Wednesdays - The Evolution of NAND Flash

In this week's Whiteboard Wednesdays, Lou Ternullo explains NAND Flash and the need for advanced error correction. Lou also details the Berlekamp Chaudhuri Hocquenghem (BCH) algorithm. Learn how this algorithm is implemented and how engineers are...  Read More »
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Whiteboard Wednesdays - Defining Different Types of USB Controllers

In this week's Whiteboard Wednesdays, Jacek Duda takes a closer look at different types of USB controllers and their roles in today's devices....  Read More »
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Whiteboard Wednesdays - Get to Know 802.11a/c Wireless Analog Front End Solution

In this week's Whiteboard Wednesdays, Priyank Shukla discusses Cadence's wireless analog front end (AFE) solution for 802.11a/c....  Read More »
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Whiteboard Wednesdays - See How Customizable Processors Can Help to Offload Your Apps Processor

In this week's Whiteboard Wednesdays, we take a little different approach and show you a fun and fast way to understand how Cadence® Tensilica® Xtensa® processors work, and how you can easily use them to offload your applications processor...  Read More »
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