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Partition your Design for FPGA Prototyping
Easily create partitions with HES-DVM

Modern ASIC and SoC designs have increased in complexity such that multiple FPGAs of the largest capacity are now required to prototype the entire functionality of the design. As design sizes increase, more and more...

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Plots: A New Way To Analyze Data

Data analysis is often a very time consuming process for a hardware design or verification engineer. We always end up using the waveform viewer which may not be very efficient in giving us a high-level overview of what we’re looking for. Data that is spread across...

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Emulation in FPGA

For many years, emulators were available only to verification teams working on the largest projects in companies with deep enough pockets. Due to size rather than capabilities they were called “Big Box” emulators and typically were used in order to recover...

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Code Coverage in HDL Editor? Now That’s a Nice Feature.

For a long time I have been a fan of code coverage tools that are embedded into the simulators themselves, and which give you the ability to switch easily between the code and the coverage results. It is particularly helpful to have a way...

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Zynq-based Embedded Development Kit for University Programs
Cost-effective solution for HW/SW development projects

Creativity and innovation, which lead the society to success, rest on the foundational institutions such as schools and universities. They provide fertile soil to seed, grow and flourish enterprises....

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Understanding the inner workings of UVM
UVM Basics Part 1 of 3

We have all been witnesses to the rapid improvements of the iPhone processor chip every year. With the iPhone 8 featuring the newest A11 Bionic at 10 nm FinFET with 4.3 billion transistors, I can’t personally fathom the amount...

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Synthesis of Energy-Efficient FSMs Implemented in PLD Circuits
Finite State Machines in low-power world

Well, summer has been and gone; and for most of us it was a time to relax and reflect on our working practices. What can we do to achieve better results? And what can we do to break out of the routine of working on so many revisions?...

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Don’t be a Slave to the Documentation

Are you a requirements engineer but your main goal is to provide well organized documentation? Do you have a great knowledge about the industry, business analysis and systems but you are struggling with the shape and look of your documentation?...

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Demystifying AXI Interconnection for Zynq SoC FPGA
Analyzing the interface between the processing unit and programmable logic in the Zynq architecture

Imagine traveling back in the time to the early human ages. It’s going to be both scary and interesting when you meet a person who probably cannot speak or if they do you won’t be able to understand them....

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Introduction to Zynq™ Architecture
A brief examination of the Zynq processing system and its programmable logic

The History of System-on-Chip (SoC) Do we prefer to have a small electronic device or a larger one? The answer will often be “the smaller one”. However, before the commercialization of small radios, many people were interested in having...

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