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Connecting Emulated Design to External PCI Express Device

These days verification teams no longer question whether hardware assisted verification should be used in their projects. Rather, they ask at which stage they should start using it.   Contemporary System-on-Chip (SoC) designs are already sufficiently complex to make HDL simulation...

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How to Develop a 4K Ultra High Definition Image/Video Processing Application Using Zynq® MPSoC FPGA
Let’s do the 4K video conferencing

Achieving higher resolution is a never-ending race for camera, TV and display manufacturers. After the emergence of 4K ultra high definition (Ultra HD) imaging in the market, it became the main standard for today’s multimedia products....

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ARM-based SoC Co-Emulation using Zynq Boards
Ready-to-use Co-Emulation Platform

Have you ever worked on a group project where you had to combine your work with that of a colleague of a different engineering discipline but the absence of an efficient means of doing so affected the project’s overall outcome?...

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HW/SW Co-Verification Environment for Hybrid Systems Using QEMU
SoC Verification Never Been Easier

At the beginning of September, Aldec announced the new version of HES.Proto-AXI software, our host to FPGA bridge solution. This tool supports QEMU for Co-Verification purposes which is considered as one of the main features....

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35-years-old, and still on point

At this year’s Design Automation Conference, held on June 3, 4 and 5 in Las Vegas and about 10 miles away from our head office in Las Vegas, Nevada, we celebrated our 35th anniversary with a resounding reaffirmation of our raison d’etre: the provision of verification solutions for some of industry’s most pressing challenges....

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What is Bird’s Eye View ADAS Application and How to Develop This Using Zynq® UltraScale+™ MPSoC FPGA?
Bird’s eye view definition, HW/SW setup and implementation algorithms

Will the world be a better place in which to live by having autonomous cars driving around us? Or would it be unsafe and scary? Maybe someone was asking such a question even when the first steam-powered automobile capable...

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How to develop an FPGA-based Embedded Vision application for ADAS, series of blogs – Part 1
FPGA “The winner for the low-power and high-performance vision-based applications”

When should we use the term “Vision for Everything”, as vision-based applications are entering various industries? It’s been a few years since the emergence of...

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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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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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