Live Webcasts: Post Processing your PCB design
Description: If you are interested in easing your Post-Processing tasks into one efficient and effective process, now is your chance. This new streamlined process will save you valuable time, money, and energy. Plus, the outcome (your release package) is more comprehensive, intuitive, user-friendly, and more...
CAM350 provides 5 major areas of post processing at both the board and panel level:
- Verification of design and outputs per fabrication requirements
- Accurate translation into Gerber/ODB++/Drill Mill output files
- Rapid fabrication and assembly documentation
- Release Package creation and distribution
- ECO automation
You can create and store Gerber/drill outputs, BluePrint documents, PDF, DXF, ODB++ files, Office documents, in one electronic file and distribute to any manufacturing process in the production chain.
- What: Post Processing your PCB Design
- When: Wednesday 21st of April 2010
- Where: Online
- Time: 16:00 PM CET
- Duration: 1 hour
DDRx,HyperLynx,Xilinx,Altera,High SpeedAssertion Based Verification for FPGA and IC Design Seminar
Industry Perspective and Opportunities in Assertion-Based VerificationA wealth of material has been published over the past fifteen years specifically related to the theory and technical aspects of property languages and assertion-based techniques. However, as any field of study matures, it becomes necessary to determine if the theories, algorithms, and concepts have grown beyond the bounds of research to become an integral solution to a problem in industry. To understand any solution, it is necessary to understand the problem. For example, debugging, on average, has grown to consume more than 60 percent of today's SoC verification effort. Clearly, this is a topic the industry must address, and some organizations have done just that. Those that have adopted an assertion-based verification (ABV) methodology have seen a significant reduction in simulation debugging time (as much as 50 percent) due to improved observability.