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Implementing User-Defined Register Access Policies with vr_ad and IPXACT

The register and memory package vr_ad for Specman is used in pretty much every verification environment. In most cases today, the register specification is captured in an IPXACT description and the register e-file can be automatically generated from it...  Read More »
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DAC 2014 Panel: FinFET IC Design Poses No Roadblocks, but Lots of Details

FinFET transistors promise enormous power and performance advantages at process nodes below 20nm, but how will they impact IC design? If you're a digital designer, not much changes - but if you're a custom/analog designer, there's a lot to...  Read More »
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DAC 2014: 30+ Customer, Partner Presentations Now Available on Cadence.com

One of the busiest spots on the Design Automation Conference (DAC 2014) show floor was the Cadence Theater, which featured continuous customer and partner presentations over a three-day period June 2-4. These informal, half-hour presentations allowed...  Read More »
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Google Driverless Car's Sensor, Vision, and Computing Future

SANTA CLARA, Calif.--Holistic system design coupled with gradual design evolution and sensor fusion will put autonomous vehicles in every driveway. Some day. At least that was my takeaway from a recent presentation by Nathaniel Fairfield, the technical...  Read More »
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Whiteboard Wednesdays - Leading Up to PCI Express 4.0

In this week's Whiteboard Wednesdays, Moshik Rubin discusses the history of the PCI Express standard. Moshik starts with PCIe Gen1, which originated in 2002, and walks through the doubling of throughput offered by each new generation, ending with...  Read More »
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What's Good About Allegro PCB Editor Design Partitioning? 16.6 Has Several New Enhancements!

The 16.6 release of Allegro PCB Editor has several new enhancements for team design work (design partitioning) that help reduce the number of .DPF (design partition file) import/export iterations the PCB Design team experiences in the physical team design...  Read More »
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DAC 2014: High-Level Synthesis (HLS) Users Share Advantages, Challenges

High-level synthesis (HLS) is an emerging IC design technology that promises huge productivity gains, but you need to understand its advantages and limitations before diving in. The best way to get that understanding is to listen to the experiences of...  Read More »
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Amazon Fire: A New Smartphone Design Paradigm?

The Amazon Fire smart phone represents a paradigm shift in mobile design. ...  Read More »
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Partner Ecosystem in Step at 2014 DAC

The ARM Step Challenge at #51DAC was a showcase of wearable technology and networking among electronics design ecosystem partners. ...  Read More »
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DAC 2014 Keynote: Ecosystem, Innovation Crucial to Future Designs

SAN FRANCISCO--Electronics system design teams need to discard old ways of thinking, be creative, and work more collaboratively if the industry is to deliver on the promises of advanced node technology, TSMC's R&D vice president said. "The...  Read More »
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