Hardware tools aid engineers in design verification

Moretti, Gabe
September 2001
EDN Europe;Sep2001, Vol. 46 Issue 9, p47
Trade Publication
Focuses the use of hardware tools to aid engineers in circuit design verification. Rate of product-development resources required in design verification; Tools used for front and back-end simulations; Efficiency of prototyping in platform-based design. INSET: RTL PROTOTYPING: AN ALTERNATIVE FOR REAL-TIME SYSTEM....


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