Intelligent Aerospace: FPGA verification techniques for avionics applications

Date: 2016/09/05
Type: In the News
By Slawek Grabowski, Aldec Engineering Manager
As avionics systems grow in complexity, and with the increased use of field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs), hardware verification is a major concern within the aerospace sector. Indeed, in addition to recognizing the use of commonly used electronic design automation (EDA) tools – for design entry, synthesis, place and route, and static timing analysis – Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) officials are appreciating how EDA tools can... 
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