Verification environment targets third-generation wireless systems

Moretti, Gabe
September 2000
EDN;09/28/2000, Vol. 45 Issue 20, p24
Trade Publication
Reports the launching of a high-performance verification technology for third-generation wireless communication systems from Quickturn. Alliance with Elektrobit Ltd. in the development of the technology; Provision of an integrated approach to hardware/software co-verification; Function of the Audio and Video SpeedBridge interface.


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