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Linking system-level and circuit-level design tools can lead to faster time-to-market, earlier error detection, and reduced development costs. MathWorks engineers show how these benefits have been achieved and provide examples from industry of companies using cosimulation.
System-level design offers fast simulation, and circuit-level design offers slow, but detailed simulation. By combining both approaches via cosimulation, engineers are able to use fast system-level models to verify circuit-level models, and vice versa. Engineers have used system-level models to verify HDL code and SPICE models. Cosimulation improves mixed-signal design by allowing designers to design analog and digital components in the same model. This has resulted in much earlier error detection.
Viewers will see demonstrations of cosimulation and will learn how they can use cosimulation techniques themselves.
This is the third webinar in a four-part series on mixed-signal design. Register for the other three webinars here:
ADC and DAC Design Part 1
PLL Design Part 2
Design and Verification Part 4
About the Presenters:
Mike Woodward is the communications and semiconductor marketing manager for the MathWorks. He started his career researching the microwave properties of GaAs HEMTs, before moving onto baseband processing work for UMTS and HSDPA. His work has been published in IEEE Journals and many trade publications.
Chris Aden is the Product Marketing Manager for RF and analog solutions at MathWorks. He has a BSEE and MSEE from the University of Florida and Georgia Tech, respectively, and a Masters in Management and Engineering from MIT. Prior to MathWorks, Chris worked in the Research and Development division of TriQuint Semiconductor developing RF and millimeter wave IC technologies and at Skyworks Solutions where he focused on improving multi-chip module design processes.
Recorded: 30 Sep 2010