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Do time-based licenses of EDA flows really own their layout data? Not unless they convert it into a format like GDSII. Without licenses, proprietary databases are just clumps of locked binary data. Today's designers must maintain licenses to access legacy design data. Designers need open standards and database access to ensure access to their design data. But how does this apply in the analog and custom design domains?Read the full article..... focus on EDA | Simulation Demonstrates PCIe Core IP's Capabilities
Semiconductor intellectual property (IP) provider CAST Inc. has created a free, downloadable simulation model of its PCI Express (PCIe) IP core. The PCIe Core Backend Model (CBM) Demo of the CAST CPXP-EP PCI Express endpoint controller enables designers to simulate a system with the core at the transaction-layer level.Read the full article..... EiED online | iPhone Hacked: Security Lessons Learned
Technology Editor Bill Wong comments on the first iPhone security breach and what embedded designers can learn about security issues in their own designs.Read the full article..... Engineering TV: Episode 55 | CNC On Small Machines
Training students on full-size CNC machines for fabrication is just one use of the Fab Lab at Lorain County Community College. Students can write CNC programs, create images, and then take those images for desktop fabrication into the lab.
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With a modular architecture that facilitates the simple integration of user logic and custom peripheral sets, the LM125 compact module from Advanced Knowledge Associates lets systems designers get to market quickly.Read the full article.... Hi-Rel 300- To 900-W Supplies Approved For Medical Applications
With an extremely low failure rate of only 104 parts per million, the ACE series high-reliability modular power supplies from PowerGate LLC are well-suited for critical medical applications.Read the full article.... PCIe-To-PCI-X Bridge Supports 1-Gbit/s Operation
The Tsi384 PCIe-to-PCI-X interface from Tundra Semiconductor supports one, two, or four lanes with throughput performance of up to 1 Gbit. Its deep buffering and superior queuing architecture maximize system performance and minimize latency.Read the full article.... Fully Programmable Hall-Effect Linear Sensors Come In Miniature Packages
A family of Hall-effect linear sensors from Allegro MicroSystems Inc. offers users the accuracy and flexibility of fully programmable position-detecting sensors without the penalty of a larger package size and higher cost.Read the full article..... design solution | Increase Visibility Into FPGA-Based Prototypes By George Bakewell Novas Software Inc.
Auto-interactive visibility enhancement technology facilitates the analysis and debug of FPGA-based prototypes.Read the full article...
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Controller-area networks (CANs) are finding their way into more embedded control systems and can be found in most 8- and 16- and many 32-bit microcontrollers, but few designers know how they work. If you need a crash course in CAN, then this is the book for you.To buy the book, click here.....