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Whiteboard Wednesdays—Ethernet in Cars
By Corrie Callenbach on September 30, 2014
In this week's Whiteboard Wednesdays, Arthur Marris introduces the next big thing in the Ethernet space—Ethernet in cars. With its high data rate, lightweight cabling, and distributed networking capabilities, as well as the fact that it is an... Read more »
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Transferring e "when" Subtypes to UVM SV via TLM Ports—UVM-ML OA Package
By Team Specman on September 29, 2014
The UVM-ML OA (Universal Verification Methodology - Multi-Language - Open Architecture) package features the ability to transfer objects from one verification framework to another via multi-language TLM ports. Check out Appendix A if you are a first-time... Read more »
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IEEE Working Groups Open New Frontiers in Low-Power Design
By Richard Goering on September 28, 2014
For many years, electronic designers have struggled to produce low-power chips and systems with tools and standards that focus on register-transfer level (RTL) hardware. After much talk about taking power optimization to higher levels of abstraction,... Read more »
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Troubleshooting Incisive Errors/Warnings—nchelp/ncbrowse and Cadence Online Support
By Sumeet Aggarwal on September 28, 2014
I joined Cadence in July 2000 and was immediately put on a three-month training to learn and understand the simulator tools. There were formal training sessions, and I had a mentor who I could ask all my queries. But most of the times, I was on my own... Read more »
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ARM Rolls Cortex-M7 Processor for Performance, Power Optimization
By Brian Fuller on September 25, 2014
It almost goes without saying: One of the toughest challenges in implementing processor cores is striking that delicate -- sometimes contentious -- balance between performance and power. With that balance in mind, ARM this week (Sept. 24) rolled the latest... Read more »
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What's Good About Allegro PCB Editor Move Lines/Text to Different Classes? Check Out 16.6!
By Gerald "Jerry" Grzenia on September 24, 2014
Beginning with the 16.6 Allegro PCB Editor release, lines and text can now be moved outside their present Class-Subclass structure. In previous releases, workarounds using the clipboard were necessary to accomplish this task. Hover over the line, text... Read more »
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