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What is analogue simulation?
Modelling or simulation of an electronic circuit using representations of the actual circuit voltages, currents, and component values instead of simplified digital state representations.
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2014-09-08 High-speed design: Signal and power integrity
Here are some insights on the challenges, particularly in terms of simulation, posed by signal integrity and power integrity which are two critical topics in high-speed design.
2007-10-01 High-end memory interface needs FPGAs
As designers of high-performance systems strive to achieve higher bandwidth while meeting critical timing margins, a performance bottleneck standing in their way is the memory interface. New silicon features, along with hardware-verified reference designs, have overcome those challenges. Additionally, engineers must follow some basic rules to improve design cycle time.
2007-11-01 Group pits USB 3.0 against FireWire
Intel Corp. said it is working with a handful of companies on a spec that could push the USB's theoretical throughput beyond 4Gbps, or 10 times its current rate.
2013-06-05 Graphene still the strongest material even with defects
Columbia Engineering researchers demonstrated that graphene, even if stitched together from many small crystalline grains, is almost as strong as graphene in its perfect crystalline form.
2010-08-30 Graphene R&D pushes forward
U.S. researchers are creating tools for fabricating perfect graphene sheets, and they found that electron radiation prevents connections between monolayers.
2011-06-14 GPU supercomputer simulation accelerates solar energy
Researchers announced a record-breaking scientific simulation on the Tianhe-1A GPU supercomputer that furthers research in solar energy and in the semiconductor industry.
2014-03-31 GPU clusters change the game in visual computing
Nvidia developed an approach to cluster GPUs, where they are linked and communicate with each other through PCIe or InfiniBand , allowing high-resolution visualisation of big data.
2014-02-25 Goniometer system simulates light distribution
At the upcoming Light + Building fair, Radiant Zemax will demonstrate a line-up of testing solutions that address the requirements for manufacturing light.
2002-09-03 GMC deploys IBM servers for design operations
General Motors Corp. has selected a supercomputing infrastructure based on IBM Corp.'s pSeries 690 servers to support the company's vehicle design applications.
2008-09-23 Get smart about reset: Think local, not global
Some may be surprised to learn that applying a global reset to your FPGA designs is not a very good idea and should be avoided. Clearly, this is a controversial issue, so let's take a look at the reasons why such a design policy should be considered.
2007-12-12 Gain compression tool enhances network analyzer
Agilent Technologies has unveiled a new Gain Compression Application for its PNA-X network analyzer, which is well suited for characterizing, measuring and testing amplifiers.
2008-03-14 Fundamentals and design principles of RF, antenna (Part 3)
The conclusion of the three-part series focuses on small loop antennas with differential feed, single-ended loop and trapped PCB loop antennas.
2008-02-28 Fundamentals and design principles of RF, antenna (Part 2)
The second installment of the 3-part series discusses common antennas including half-wave dipole, quarter wave monopole, transversal mode helical, and small loop antennas.
2004-06-01 Full-wave analysis tools target 2GHz+
Optimal releases a series of tools for 3D full-wave signal integrity simulation, analysis and verification for high-speed IC, package and PC-board designs.
2010-01-22 Fujitsu, A*STAR team on petascale computing
Supercomputers that are able undertake a quadrillion calculations per second will be used to solve challenging scientific and engineering problems.
2007-05-25 Fujitsu taps Mentor to improve DFM capabilities
Mentor Graphics announced that Fujitsu will use Mentor's Calibre LFD to enhance their DFM capabilities for internal product development and for external fabless customers.
2008-05-05 Fujitsu reports advance in 'soft error' estimation
Researchers at Fujitsu Laboratories in Japan are claiming a major advance on improving the reliability of semiconductors with a technique for quick and accurate measurement of the 'soft errors' that could be caused to a chip by the effect of neutrons from some cosmic rays.
2015-02-24 Fujitsu optical transceiver delivers 100Gbit/s CPU communication
By developing a mathematical model and analytic techniques for the impact of mutual coupling between re-timer circuits, Fujitsu succeeded in laying out re-timer circuits with spacing of just 0.25mm.
2012-03-14 Fujitsu Labs develops fast simulation tech for ARM systems
According to Fujitsu, this technology is able to faithfully reproduce hardware operations with cycle-for-cycle real-time accuracy.
2004-10-11 FSA panel debates crosstalk doom
Panelists at the Fabless Semiconductor Association Design Modeling Workshop debated the pressing issue of whether crosstalk is killing the semiconductor industry.
2015-07-03 Friction simulated at nanoscale reaches zero
MIT researchers are able to directly observe individual atoms at the interface of two surfaces and manipulate their arrangement, and they observed a point at which friction disappears.
2009-10-13 Friction gives direction to nanotube assembly
Researchers from four different institutions report measuring different friction forces when a carbon nanotube slides along its axis compared to when it slides perpendicular to its axis.
2014-05-02 Freeware catches on in electronics DIY projects
Free software applications have mushroomed over the Internet lately, including electronics engineering tools that prove as good as paid tools. Sourceforge's Cedar Logic Simulator, DesignSpark's PCB, Static Free Software's Electric VLSI, and TinyCAD are among those who make the top ten list.
2007-07-20 Free software eases short-range radio design
SRD Design Studio assists users in evaluating, designing and troubleshooting short-range radio communications devices using ADI's ADF70xx family of SRD transmitters and transceivers.
2007-07-16 FPGA-based coprocessors ease ASIC emulation
Today, designers are using FPGA-based coprocessors to eliminate issues associated with conventional ASIC emulation and hence, deliver more accurate designs quickly and with less effort.
2007-04-02 FPGA use in HPCs plagued by bottlenecks
Current FPGA synthesis, placement and routing tools are written for hardware designers, not software programmers. A new generation of ESL C-language compilers is attempting to bridge the gap.
2009-12-24 FPGA board implements fast control loops
The DS5203 FPGA board provides the flexibility and performance needed for signal preprocessing and for model calculations with high dynamics requirements.
2002-06-26 Flomerics upgrades EMC modeling package
Flomerics Group plc has announced the availability of FLO/EMC v1.2 3D EMC modeling package developed to help design engineers comply with stringent European regulations on electromagnetics.
2014-04-14 Flexible plastics turn vibrations to electrical energy
Singapore researchers found a way to give polymer vibration harvesters a hundredfold boost in energy output, which could spur the development of self-powered microsensors and mobile devices.
2014-10-01 Five hurdles to FPGA-based prototyping
Despite the advantages offered by FPGA-based prototyping, there are some significant hurdles to overcome. The five challenges presented here surfaced early on, and they haven't changed much over the years.
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