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What is ASIC emulation (also logic emulation)?
The use of programmable circuits, usually based on FPGAs, to emulate the design of an ASIC or an IC before it is built. ASIC emulation allows you to check the operation of a design before committing the time and money required to fabricate the IC. Emulation serves the same purpose as simulation/design verification but is much faster because it is based on hardware rather than software.
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2007-11-01 Software drives prototyping for ASICs, SoCs
Much can be done to make prototypes faster to bring up and easier to change. The ultimate goal is to create an environment where designers can get to work quickly, debug rapidly and make changes without delay. In this new era, FPGA-based prototyping will have a key position along with other verification methodologies.
2007-10-08 Software carries out serial data link analysis
An end-to-end high-speed serial data analysis software package with test capabilities extending from a transmitter to a receiver and including the connecting channel is now available from Tektronix.
2014-01-05 SoC implementation with dependable 50% duty cycles
Here's a new approach to implementing clock dividers in a system-on-chip design that supports both high performance and low power.
2004-09-07 SMK touch panel connects to computer USB ports
SMK unveiled an optical touch panel connectable to computer USB ports.
2010-04-27 Smart sensor packs multiple touch-powered functions
AuthenTec has released the AES1750 advanced smart sensor for the mobile systems market that combines multiple touch-powered functions.
2005-08-08 Smart card ICs from EM Micro are 100 percent re-programmable
EM Microelectronic, an electronic systems company of the Swatch Group, unveiled a family of flash memory-based smart card ICs designed for use in SIM cards for low-end mobile telephony.
2005-06-10 Smart card IC provides flexibility
EM Microelectronic has developed a flash memory-based smart card IC designed for SIM and Java cards in GSM mobile phones, as well as for healthcare and loyalty card apps
2008-02-20 Small board promises high-performance DSP
Critical Link has released the MityDSP-Pro, a high-end edition of its customizable MityDSP platform.
2010-12-01 SiP eases mobile entry into NFC
The SecuRead system-in-package for NFC mobile devices includes an NFC controller, security controller, Java Card OS and an open NFC protocol stack.
2011-06-03 Simulation products support TSMC's AMS reference
Magma Design Automation announced that TSMC has validated the Titan Mixed-Signal and FineSim simulation products for Analog/Mixed-Signal (AMS) reference.
2010-11-12 Silicon startups reveal keys to success
A look at the companies that have made it to the EE Times 60 Emerging Startups list over the past six years shows that they all had a clear sales proposition and that CMOS and software remain fundamental to the industry.
2005-05-03 Sierra Logic announces volume shipments to NEC
Sierra Logic has added NEC Corp. to its list of customers who have adopted its SR-1216 Silicon Storage Router.
2003-05-02 Selecting DSP development tools
Choosing the right DSP development tools can make the difference between success in the marketplace and a missed opportunity.
2014-05-02 Securing MCU RTOS for the Internet of Things
Find out how to protect small devices on the Internet of Things.
2007-07-30 Secure EEPROM provides bidirectional authentication
Maxim Integrated Products' DS28CN01 secure memory device provides bidirectional challenge-and-response authentication protection by using the SHA-1 algorithm.
2005-03-01 Scalable load testing targets multi-service RF network gear
Tektronix's new LTS21, priced between about $300,000 and $1.5 million, shapes us as a configurable load test system.
2008-03-20 Scalable 8bit MCUs aim at automotives
Freescale Semiconductor has expanded its 8bit S08SG MCU family to provide more scalable performance and memory options for cost-sensitive automotive body and chassis applications.
2005-04-06 S2C teams with Zaiq to offer transaction-level verification capabilities
S2C will offer a transaction-based system-on-chip (SoC) design and validation system that incorporates verification software and intellectual property (IP) from Zaiq Technologies on S2C's IP Porter platform.
2005-04-21 RTOS protects memory in dynamically loaded programs
Enea Embedded Technology has released v5.1 of its OSE real-time operating system for the ARM, Xscale, PPC and MIPS architectures.
2006-04-12 RoHS-compliant CompactFlash cards operate in industrial temp range
WinSystems' RoHS-compatible CompactFlash cards are fully functional in temperatures ranging from -40C to 85C.
2008-02-26 Rhines on EDA: End 'endless verification'
Walden Rhines of Mentor Graphics calls for a combination of formal methods, TLM techniques and intelligent testbenches to lower the cost of design verification.
2007-09-25 RF vector signal generator streams data at 25MSps
NI has announced the release of the NI PXIe-5672, an RF vector signal generator that delivers signal generation from 250kHz to 2.7GHz, 20MHz of instantaneous bandwidth and real-time data streaming at up to 25MSps.
2004-07-06 Renesas rolls out debug emulator for 16-bit microcomputers
Renesas announced a low-priced on-chip debugging emulator as a development tool for the R8C/14, R8C/15, R8C/16 and R8C/17 20-pin version Groups.
2006-12-01 Renesas offers emulator for its MCU on-chip flash
Renesas is readying its E8a emulator, an ultrasmall tool for debugging embedded systems and programming Renesas MCUs' on-chip flash memory.
2004-04-02 Renesas emulator provides shorter debugging period
Renesas Technology has disclosed that its E200F emulator features the industry's first built-in real-time profiler function.
2013-01-25 Reduce power estimation time from weeks to hours
Find out how to automatically generate a chip design's gate-level waveform from the RTL design environment without having to bring up the gate-level environment.
2002-05-09 Realtek six-channel codec boosts PC audio
Realtek Semiconductor Corp. has introduced a six-channel audio codec, the ALC650, that is designed to deliver high-performance sound to consumer-level PCs.
2006-05-26 Real-time PCI system leverages Windows
Microstar's data acquisition processor boards and software let users have a real-time system with Windows.
2007-09-28 Ramtron 8051-based MCU has 2Kbyte FRAM
Ramtron International has launched the VRS51L3072, an 8051-based MCU with 2Kbytes of non-volatile FRAM.
2002-06-18 Quickturn upgrades design verification system
Quickturn has upgraded its Palladium design verification system to provide higher simulation-acceleration performance and support configurations of 2-million to 128-million ASIC gates, as well as up to 64GB of memory and >8,000 physical I/Os for target system interfacing.
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